In the arena of photography very few people can be credited with having exerted the same influence as the acclaimed French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. He is one of the most esteemed figures having created a mark in the history of photography. His innovative photographic work in the first part of the 1930s described the innovative ability of the contemporary photography. He created a variety a large body of photographic coverage on India and other countries like Indonesia on the verge of importance. He was the leading face behind the emergence of the style “street photography” or “life reportage” which has been instrumental in shaping up the photographic essence of a large generation of photographers. This documentary portrays Henri Cartier-Bresson as he narrates the significant life changing experiences of his life which comprise of various incidents such as his interaction with Gandhi.
(Cartier-Bresson’s Century, Enhanced DVD) ISBN: 978-0-81609-052-5 Copy Right Date: 2012 CC