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In the early 1990’, Vianney Hanriot self-taught photography in the rough neighbourhoods of Paris. Intensely passionate, he learns by reading every photography magazine he can find at the local newsstand.
His early work having focused on developing black & white in his bathroom, he gets hired in 2000 by a 1-hour p… Read More
In the early 1990’, Vianney Hanriot self-taught photography in the rough neighbourhoods of Paris. Intensely passionate, he learns by reading every photography magazine he can find at the local newsstand.
His early work having focused on developing black & white in his bathroom, he gets hired in 2000 by a 1-hour photolab chain,where he learns colour printing and computer imaging.

Vianney’s interest then shifts, encouraged by a friend, to studio photography. He concentrates on directing his models — essentially female — towards a style of power, rather than beauty.

After some time practicing basic technique, and having encountered problems with finding good stylists, he opts for nude photography.

This choice becomes a turning point in his career, as he then developed the Bodycombing Technique, which consists in creating virtual garments in post-production, painting in Photoshop what was bare skin during the shoot.

In 2010 he presents his first photographic series upon this style, entitled OVERUMAN.

On October 8, 2011, he will exhibit at the “Pôle Culturel Utrillo” at Pierrefitte-sur-Seine. Read Less
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