Results for Henri Cartier-Bresson
Why I’m photographing King Charles III’s coronation like Henri Cartier-Bresson
Like Cartier-Bresson at King George VI's coronation in 1937, I will be photographing the crowds, not royals. Here's why.
DESSAU 1945 (Informer) – Henri Cartier-Bresson – Iconic Photograph
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s brilliantly timed image captures the public denunciation of a Gestapo informer and symbolises the Allies’ victory in Europe, writes David Clark.
Henri Cartier Bresson: The Other Coronation
A new book collects Henri Cartier-Bresson's photos of the ordinary folk celebrating King George VI's coronation.
‘Unseen’ Cartier-Bresson images star in Leica show
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s famous association with Leica cameras will be explored in a soon-to-be launched exhibition featuring ‘virtually unseen’ images by the legendary photographer.
Rare Cartier-Bresson prints revealed
Rare signed photos by photography legend Henri Cartier-Bresson – who gave them to a Paris printer he used for 30 years – are set to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Three Boys at Lake Tanganyika by Martin Munkácsi – Iconic photograph
Martin Munkácsi’s dynamic 1930s photograph inspired Henri Cartier-Bresson, who in turn influenced generations of photojournalists. David Clark finds out what makes the image so special
Pictures: Prince William backs ‘landmark’ photography project
Photographs by legends Henri Cartier-Bresson and Elliott Erwitt are set to raise money for the homeless charity Crisis as part of a project backed by Prince William. Picture: Corrine Day Kate, 1990
Complete guide to black and white photography
How do you learn to see in black and white, choose the best subjects and edit your images so they look amazing? Will Cheung presents his complete monochrome masterclass
Complete Street Photography guide
If you love people watching, then street photography could be perfect for you - get inspired with our guide