Revisiting “The Decisive Moment”

The photographic master Henri Cartier-Bresson made some key observations about photography, translated as “the decisive moment” which is often (incorrectly) characterized this way:

capturing an event that is ephemeral and spontaneous, where the image represents the essence of the event itself.

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Living a creative life, a student of high magic, and hopefully growing wiser as I age. • Ex-Lucasfilm, Netflix, Adobe. • Here are my stories and photos.

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