The press agency of Reporters Associés is part, with APIS, Dalmas, Europress and some others, of the photo agencies who were created in the 1950s and flourished with the development of the magazines Paris Match, Stern, Jours de France etc. They foreshadowed the success of the Gamma, Sipa and Sygma agencies. They are the cradle of women and men who invented the “French photojournalism” of the second part of the 20th century. Louis Le Roux, laboratory assistant and photographer, then head of the Reporters Associés laboratory before becoming that of Sipa Press is not only an actor, but also an...
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