You have very early privileged color and colorful subjects. Is it an aesthetic choice or an imperative dictated by the press that employs you? Color is for me an obvious choice, I see in color, the color moves me and touches me. At first I am fascinated by painting, Matisse, Modigliani, Manet, Van Gogh and Gauguin. There are also masters in photography, Ernst Haas, Bruno Barbey, Harry Gruyaert, Alex Webb, Gregory Pinkhassov, but the photographer who, in my opinion, is the most successful in color remains William Albert Allard, who is at the same time a humanist and his depth...
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