Her passion for photography Valérie-Anne Giscard d’Estaing received from her grandparents. Her maternal Grandfather shot with a Rolleiflex, her paternal Grandfather with glass plates. To this favorable family environment was added a darkroom in one of the bathrooms. She was ten years old. A few years later she realized that her capacities fell short of her dreams. She would not become a photographer but would remain in the world of photography. In 1974 she started working for the French Ministry of Culture of which Michel Guy was in charge, who did the most to help and promote photography: Arles, the...
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