Roland and Sabrina Michaud

par Philippe  -  15 Septembre 2020, 08:13

Roland and Sabrina Michaud

Deeply influenced by the Jules Verne and Jack London novels the photographer Roland Michaud and his wife Sabrina improve a huge interest for traveling. At the edge of twenty the both move to North of Europe and come back after to France with a conviction : We need to see the best inside each human being. Roland Michaud and his wife Sabrina follow human value and their pictures testify about a lost world before terrorist attacks and closed borders due to Covid. Their pictures celebrate landscapes and traditions of Ethiopia, Afghanistan, India full of mysteries not like the tourists do. They underline beauty and emotions follow the old masters like Bruegel. Roland Michaud and his wife Sabrina don't hesitate also the share the hard life of the people they photograph and it explain why their pictures are so real. Famous French or American magazines ("National geographic", "Geo") use their pictures for illustrating articles and festivals dedicated to photography tribute their art work.

"Ethiopia" by Roher Sauter and Roland Michaud (1968)

"Ethiopia" by Roher Sauter and Roland Michaud (1968)

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