Henri Cartier-Bresson : The Decisive Moment

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Most of you probably know this iconic book but here it is, Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment in the online edition!

I don’t know anything about the publisher, efotobooks.com, but the deal is real — it is a must read for all of you interested in street photography and its roots. And it is now free and for grabs http://e-photobooks.com/cartier-bresson/decisive-moment.html

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10 Responses to “Henri Cartier-Bresson : The Decisive Moment”

  1. ...duncan Says:

    Interesting link. I do, however, prefer Doisneau to Bresson and feel that Bresson overshadows him because of his coined phrases on photography. He is still one of the best though but to each his own.

  2. nyc_slacker Says:

    good for you, let me know if you spot Doisneau in an online edition, i sure will write a post.

  3. Kai Bergmann Says:

    Well, I know the book but I think The BYSTANDER from Joel Meyerowitz and Collin Westerbeck should stand her too! THATS the kompendium and no other! 😉 H. C.-B. its just a small part of SP I think…

    regards, Kai

    PS: Thank you for the Garza.pdf. I didn´t know that!

  4. nyc_slacker Says:

    hei Kai — a small part of SP heh … is it in the online edition? doubt it but will check it out

    cool blog, i got lost in your shtuff

  5. j.wms Says:

    hey this link leads to the correct page but how do you view the book?

  6. Marsh Mountie Says:

    Ther is no book here!?

  7. Cole Says:

    I’d love to see a download for this. If anyone has it, it would be great if you could upload it.

  8. Mihai Beșliu Says:

    Hi! Where I can get the book? Thank you!

  9. Michael Moore Says:

    There is no book. You have been duped.

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