“He only had time to park his car, a convertible as always – it allows the photographer to drive while he scouts!” -, and to rush upstream of the scene just glimpse at. Jean Dieuzaide pulled out all the stops and made every encounter, every moment count. Often, however, he limited his intervention to setting up his tripod, then his large format camera. He took pictures immensely transparent without framing or light. Pure photography. Fine photography. A silent image, which invites you to savor its surface, its volumes, its grains like a skin “.
Jean Dieuzaide and Philippe Terrancle, In the intimacy of the Pyrenees, Milan, 2002, p. 19