“Each portrait is a short story.” This is the preface for French photographer Baudouin’s latest work, a book which showcases the living spaces of Paris’s most vivacious inhabitants. Shot with his Hasselblad 503CW, the photos give us a glimpse of what it’s like to possess the quintessentially cosmopolitan “je na sais quoi.”
One great thing to do in photography, and, in my opinion, even better in analogue photography, is to create a photography project. Projects are only themes, that may or not be followed by specific features. For example “pictures of securities” or “pictures of luxury shops securities”.