Of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s book Images à la Sauvette, published simultaneously in France by Tériade and in the United States by Simon and Schuster in 1952, mainly the English title, The Decisive Moment, has gone down in history. The “decisive moment” captured the imaginations of many generations of photographers around the world and continues to exert fascination over sixty years later.
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