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Video: Missed It? Interview with Chris Pan Launois and L’Americain: A Photojournalist’s Life

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Chris Pan Launois, son of John Launois, one of the top international photojournalists in the l960s, joins BookTrib for an exciting, entertaining and insightful Live Chat. Before television, the great picture magazines captured world events for millions of readers. They sent correspondents and photojournalists to the ends of the earth to record history in the making. Among this elite was the photographer, John Launois. During the 1960s and 1970s, the final decades of the “golden age of photojournalism,” John Launois blossomed as one of the most resourceful, inventive, prolific, highly paid, and widely traveled photojournalists at work during that period. Launois made himself the master of the deeply researched photo essay, and his published work appeared in Life, The Saturday…

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