French Photographer Florence Gruere sees beyond the portrayal of a face; she gets a glimpse into thoughts, dreams, joys, in a word at souls. If photograph is the Art of light, she reveals the inner light of her models.
She has chosen to print her photographs on an Aquarelle Velin d'Arche paper using a hundred year old technique carbon print technique invented by John Pouncy.
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