duluthiscool 2:39pm, 19 September 2011
4. Stick to one lens
Although Henri Cartier-Bresson shot with several different lenses while on-assignment working for Magnum, he would only shoot with a 50mm if he was shooting for himself. By being faithful to that lens for decades, the camera truly became "an extension of his eye".

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K. Praslowicz Posted 7 years ago. Edited by K. Praslowicz (admin) 7 years ago
Bresson also said to never use flash. Thus, regardless that he is like the most famous photographer ever, I still have to look at him and his advice with one eye half closed and a sneer on my flash-loving face.
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