The photographs of Michel Giniès could no longer be shot today. The lines were crossed years ago. The word “paparazzi” has losts its meaning. Intrusion is no longer allowed—no photos please! Publicists fabricate “spontaneous” moments for their stars, and magazines retouch every photo.
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