"In photography, we think very quickly, at least in this style of photograph" snapshots ", the instinct made very quickly when they were" seen ", and sometimes even faster than the ‘thought … Swallows: always fascinating especially by their incredible agility to go yet at full speed, without hitting them …
I photograph most of the time to the thousandth of a second, I care less of the sacred depth of field: I am fun! and even I avoid knowingly without doubt! Thousandth of a second, incredible speed! So with the swallows Andalusian, when I left a few days to rest there is that kind of play, "which is the fastest! ? (they, surely!)
Voila, the ultimate challenge: the true test of a thousandth of a second, the meeting between our two agility, what an exciting adventure. "
Hors Collection
125 x 175
Relié couverture cartonnée
30 duo tone photos
48 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-130-4

Bernard Plossu


Plossu Bernard, born in South Vietnam in 1945, he grew up surrounded by photographs of the desert taken by his father when he went skiing on the dunes of the Sahara in 1937 with Roger Frisian-Roche. Modesty, sensuality, emotion, joy, here is what is the “sap” that already permeate the images of the self that landed in Mexico in 1965 and 1967 to join his grandparents. Travel as a Mexican issue 15 years later its editor Claude Nori. A book that, as the creator of Ed. Contrejour has become a sort of bible for a generation suddenly uninhibited by his freedom of tone and its intimate and poetic vision.