Your first photographic memory, the first emotion. When I was a child, I was my father’s model who loved taking photos. My father ordered me to pose like this, or like that. Looking at the photos that were printed later, it was strange to see how he saw me. The photographer who sparked your passion. Henri Cartier-Bresson Your first photograph. It may have been a photo taken from the Loire at Tours. When I came to France to study photography a long time ago. I lived there to learn French. Your most beautiful photographic memory. Three years ago I made...
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