Fred Stein

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Henri Cartier-Bresson, Marc Riboud, Robert Doisneau and Fred Stein. Not heard of the last one? That’s a shame because like his more famous counterparts, has taken some charming images of the eternal city, Paris that deserve to be better known.

Born in Dresden  in 1909 he was one of the early pioneers of the hand-held camera and became a gifted street photographer in both Paris and New York, where he died at the age of 58

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