Meet French professional photographer Denis Dailleux. Denis is passionate about Egypt and the Egyptian people. He will talk about what fascinates him and how he created some of his most powerful photo series: The Martyrs of the Revolution and Mothers and Sons. You’ll get a unique insight into Denis’s emotions, creativity and the way he sees the Egyptian people – both through his eyes and through his lens!
[04 min 20 sec] What Denis Dailleux loves about Egypt
[06 min 28 sec] Becoming a photographer
[09 min 30 sec] The Egyptian people
[12 min 40 sec] Denis Dailleux’s photographic style
[15 min 08 sec] The Egyptian Revolution
[17 min 28 sec] Mahmoud and “Les Martyres de la Révolution”
[19 min 38 sec] “Mères et Fils”
[21 min 23 sec] Mums and sons relationships
[24 min 35 sec] What makes Denis Dailleux want to take a photo
[27 min 35 sec] Noticeable changes in Egypt these last decades
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