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Eric Kim on Henri Cartier-Bresson

Eric Kim discusses what we can learn about photography from Henri Cartier-Bresson:

Don’t only see the world as it is, look for shapes and geometry that occur naturally as well. Open up your mind and break your environment into different formal elements. Look for lines that may lead to your subjects or squares that may frame your image. Become poetic with your images and integrate interesting actors and stages when you are out shooting.

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