Alan Scales lived in Paris during the early 1960s where he photographed many of the iconic and captivating scenes of the capital with his Leica and Rolliflex cameras.
Greatly influenced by the iconic French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, this collection of stylish black and white photographs shares similar cinematic qualities and a quiet narrative commonly found in Bresson's work. These timeless and poetic images look beautiful framed in a simple, narrow box frame.
Richard J. Verified
3 months ago
Intriguing photograph, the harder you look the more it unravels. Probably should have purchased the gloss version.
Alan S. Verified
Quite unique. Just look at the enormous range of French cars from the the early sixties captured in just one black and white photograph