"Henri Cartier - Bresson, considered the father of photojournalism
coined the phrase "the decisive moment" to describe the split second when a photographers eye, mind and heart focus on an image that is compelling enough to inspire the click of the shutter.. This suggest beyond geometry of composition and the joy of luck, a photographers vision is a beautiful conspiracy of ideas and can be seen as a reflection of the person who made it" Forward by Ann Curry. Nat Geographic WOMEN OF VISION
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