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    Elliot Gilfix says:

    "Très impressionnant! This is definitely one the best street photographers on Facebook. He has a brilliant eye for interesting compositions. I truly believe that Henri Cartier-Bresson would be impressed."

    March 7th, 2015

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    Brendan Bernhard says:

    "If someone were to ask me "What's Paris like these days?" I would point them to the photography of Rodolphe Sebbah.

    Not for images of the city's glorious buildings and monuments, which rarely change and are noted by Sebbah in passing if at all.

    No, it would be instead for his astonishing pictures of the city's inhabitants as they go about their daily lives unaware of his presence. Intimate yet encyclopedic in scope, lucidly intelligent even at their most visually ravishing, they tell us more about Paris in 2014 than a dozen newspapers or contemporary novels.

    It is a very strange phenomenon, but after spending some time with these photographs, you are apt to have the strange sensation that you yourself were in Paris just a few days ago even if you haven't been there in years. This is because, having first delighted your mind and senses, Sebbah's images have a way of seeping slowly into your viscera until you could swear it was YOU, not him, who first witnessed all the marvels captured by his camera.

    A great city needs a great photographer just as beauty needs a mirror, and Paris is fortunate to have found one in the unlikely form of a former diamond merchant named Rodolphe Sebbah. If you happen to live in Paris yourself, please be aware that he may be taking your photograph right... now."

    August 26th, 2014

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    Mònica V. B. says:

    "A terrific street photographer. Lots of things to learn from his pictures.."

    July 21st, 2009

Rodolphe SEBBAH
May 2008
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