David Douglas Duncan

Faceless: The Most Famous Photographer in the World
by David Douglas Duncan
Publisher's Description
"In May 2000, on assignment chronicling camera old-timers, Cartier-Bresson decided to shoot his subject, friend and colleague David Douglas Duncan, at the Picasso museum in Paris. Upon arriving at the shoot, Duncan decided to seize a rare opportunity. He spontaneously borrowed his wife's zoom-lens camera and asked Cartier-Bresson for a roll of film. And then, without a word between them, Duncan reversed the roles and began to photograph Cartier-Bresson."--the publisher
ISBN: 2843232392
Publisher: Assouline
Hardcover : 48 pages
Language: English
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