At the occasion of the presentation of the program of the festival Visa pour l'Image, Jean-François Leroy wrote this noteworthy text, terribly true. A few days ago I was having dinner with a photographer I’ve known for around thirty years, and who has done everything in the course of his career. He has covered wars and conflicts, and taken incredible risks; he is a person of great talent, and has also done whatever he was asked to cover, whether fashion or politics, red carpet or stock photos, not to mention some excellent magazine feature reports. In other words, he’s a heavyweight in the photography business.
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