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Bresson’s Most Misconceived Quote

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Hello to all of you amazing Master Pass members, welcome back! Huge thanks and appreciation for all of the continued support!

Today we are going to take a closer look at Henri Cartier-Bresson’s most misconceived quote. It relates to the ever popular concept of “working the scene,” which I think serves a purpose at times, but shouldn’t be a part of your everyday routine. With tons of junk floating around on the internet I love to dig deeper, pick things apart, and get to the true meaning (see Day 24). With Bresson’s quote it’s no different. Let’s get started!

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