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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

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"It is is part of the great tradition of the romantic street photographers of Paris that includes Willy Ronis, Brassaï, André Kertesz, his friends and colleagues Robert Doisneau and Henri Cartier-Bresson, and his late good friend and mentor Édouard Boubat."

Wow. Photographic tradition doesn't come much greater than that.

Did he just happen to get THE shot on someone's fashion shoot? Whatever the back story, that picture just fills one with love of: travel, youth and romance. Can't stop looking at it...

The woman in the hat appears to have walked through some deep water and remained dry.

I bought his book on Paris for my daughter Molly a year or two back. I would love to go on Peter's Paris Photographers Tuition but sadly feel I am too much of an amateur.
For me his photos of Paris bristle with the energy of that amazing city. I stay there with french friends and love the place, its atmosphere and its style and Peter captures it with images that are fleeting but stay in the mind.Wonderful.

Oh my god, his work is superb!

Mike -- you know me; le sigh

Tom wrote:

>> I would love to go on Peter's Paris Photographers Tuition but sadly feel I am too much of an amateur.

Tom, if you're able to be in Paris anyway then I'd say you shouldn't hesitate. You can't be much more of an amateur than me and Peter's course was a good experience and well worth doing.

I really treasure the two I have. Certainly highlights in my (modest) photography collection.

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