Denise Alesi

Denise Alesi

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Brassai "Chance is always there. We all use it. The difference is a poor photographer meets chance one out of a hundred times and a good photographer meets chance all the time."  "In the absence of a subject with which you are passionately involved, and without the excitement that drives you to grasp it and exhaust it, you may take some beautiful pictures, but not a photographic oeuvre. "

Brassai "Chance is always there. We all use it. The difference is a poor photographer meets chance one out of a hundred times and a good photographer meets chance all the time." "In the absence of a subject with which you are passionately involved, and without the excitement that drives you to grasp it and exhaust it, you may take some beautiful pictures, but not a photographic oeuvre. "

Brassai and his camera  “Chance is always there. We all use it. The difference is a poor photographer meets chance one out of a hundred times and a good photographer meets chance all the time.” - Brassai

Brassai and his camera “Chance is always there. We all use it. The difference is a poor photographer meets chance one out of a hundred times and a good photographer meets chance all the time.” - Brassai

George Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász), " La Môme Bijou" of the Montmartre cabarets, from "Paris by Night", 1933.

George Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász), " La Môme Bijou" of the Montmartre cabarets, from "Paris by Night", 1933.

Brassaï, “Le chat” (The cat), Paris de Jour, 1945 Thanks to wonderfulambiguity

Brassaï, “Le chat” (The cat), Paris de Jour, 1945 Thanks to wonderfulambiguity

Brassaï - Horloger (Watchmaker), Rue Dauphine, ca. 1930-1932.

Brassaï - Horloger (Watchmaker), Rue Dauphine, ca. 1930-1932.