Henri Cartier-Bresson - Mercado do Bolhão, Porto, Portugal.

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Mercado do Bolhão, Porto, Portugal.

The great Henri Cartier Bresson photographed this through a tiny crevice not being able to see through the viewfinder. That is pure luck.

Reflections

Henri Cartier-Bresson (from the Photofocus series 'Photographers you should know')

Henri Cartier-Bresson (from the Photofocus series 'Photographers you should know')

10 Things Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach You About Street Photography

10 Things Henri Cartier-Bresson Can Teach You About Street Photography

This image taken by Henri Cartier Bresson captures line from the left hand corner leading the eyes down the stairs to the movement by the person on the bike.

Cartier-Bresson: A master's black-and-white world

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Makes your eye move around the picture - Tokyo 1965 The clash of cultures - Japanese faces in western garb against the American movie poster backdrop... the public poster affection and the real life lack of warmth and relationship...

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Makes your eye move around the picture - Tokyo 1965 The clash of cultures - Japanese faces in western garb against the American movie poster backdrop... the public poster affection and the real life lack of warmth and relationship...

Henri Cartier Bressons - Cat Ulysses and Martine's shadow - 1988

Henri Cartier Bressons - Cat Ulysses and Martine's shadow - 1988

chivalry / 1960.   EXCUSE ME???  I WOULD NOT JUMP OVER A PUDDLE IN HIGH HEELS!  HE CAN PICK ME UP AND CARRY ME!  NOW THAT WOULD BE CHIVALROUS!

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Henri Cartier - Bresson / Cartier-Bresson and Levitt: Modern Masters, Old Friends - The New York Sun

Henri Cartier - Bresson / Cartier-Bresson and Levitt: Modern Masters, Old Friends - The New York Sun

This is another one of Henri Cartier-Bresson images. (I can't find the name of this image)   This image uses a similar technique to HCB other image (Gare Saint Lazare) the fast shutter speed, the silhouetted figure and the reflective surface.  This is why I incorporated this image into my Pinterest. I like the bright tone of the bricks that are around the water, because it makes the water stand out every more making it look more important.

This is another one of Henri Cartier-Bresson images. (I can't find the name of this image) This image uses a similar technique to HCB other image (Gare Saint Lazare) the fast shutter speed, the silhouetted figure and the reflective surface. This is why I incorporated this image into my Pinterest. I like the bright tone of the bricks that are around the water, because it makes the water stand out every more making it look more important.

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