Patrice Bellot (b. 1972 in Marseille) lives in the South of France and has worked with digital and analog photography for years. His first book, comprised of untouched photos shot with different versions of the iPhone, was published by GLC-Editions. Taken across Europe in 2010 and 2012, the 146 images are spontaneous, simple, enigmatic: a man watches the sea, a little girls plays in a cemetery, a white cloud passes overhead, a road stretches into the night, a book lies on a museum guard's chair. These are photos whose only pretense is the desire to capture the chance encounters from our daily lives.
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