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1994_07_Two Young Friends Holding A Brid

Decisive Moments


It's a well-known phrase in photography, coined by Henri Cartier-Bresson, in which a photograph's full power - it's raison d'etre -  at the moment of capture would not exist on the scale of time if it were taken a fraction of a second before or a fraction of a second later. 

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