In August 1949, Willy Rizzo, armed with a 6x6, photographed Deauville in color, with the keen eye and ardor of a 21-year old. His photographs, taken five years after the Normandy landings, were the first published photos of postwar Deauville. Rizzo was at the time one of the most talented photographers of the nascent Paris Match, and soon became a legend in the world of photojournalism.
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