From childhood, Pierre Jamet had two passions: singing, which became his career after the Second World War, and photography, which was to remain a hobby throughout his life.
At the beginning of the Thirties, as a self-taught enthusiast, he learned photography from books and set up his first darkroom in his bathroom. Later, he was to build a bigger studio in the quartier Montparnasse, an area which also become one of his subjects of predilection.
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