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martes, 2 de abril de 2013

The Photographic Chain: Five minutes with Philip Plisson


My dream is…

Dreams change over the years; Now I dream that one of my grandsons discovers an eye and starts the photographic adventure.


She was originally a cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and coffee from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France. By chance she escaped the eruption of the Mount Pelée in Saint-Pierre de la Martinique on 8 May 1902.In January 1979, she came back to her home port as the Belem under tow by a French seagoing tug, flying the French flag after 65 years. Restored to her original condition, today is a sail training ship.



The biggest lesson in my career…

To control the success there is nothing better than a united and accomplice couple. Never allow others the opportunity to speak and act on your behalf.

The biggest lesson in my life…

The best years of a life are those that one has not yet experienced.

The moment I will never forget…

My transatlantic La Rochelle / New Orleans, 31 days of sea in prao, left at the end with a salty victory and a loss of 20 kilos

Photography is…

Photography, it is an eye searching for the beauty where others don’t see it, with the need to share.

Why? 

Why my lack of sea gives me envy everyday to getting up earlier? Why the desire to share my feelings remains intact after 30 years of sea and photos? Why nearly 3 million French homes live daily with one of my pictures of the sea?

The Time Machine:









So who is … Philip?
More about Philip: http://www.plisson.com


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