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Le Professeur

Jean-Marie Liot

Fine Art print
Baryta Hahnemühle 315g
Alu mounted print
Hanging bars
Gap Frame
Black/White/Oak wood
Acrylic print
Aluminium brace

62,50 €

LocationDetroit de Le Maire
Prints issueLIMITED EDITION 30 prints ONLY
Shooting date5 Janvier 2009
Original pictureDigital
FormatsLarge format
CollectionVendee Globe
Jean-Marie Liot
Jean-Marie Liot

Jean-Marie Liot is a photographer specialised in sailing for 20 years. Racing, shooting for sponsors or for new boats from some famous shipyards, led him to travel all over the world. Jean-Marie Liot shoots cruising just like sailing races. He worked since the number 3 with Voile Magazine, and nowadays for Voiles & Voiliers. Jean-Marie followed big races (Vendée Globe and Transat Jacques Vabre as an official photographer and works today with photo agency Alea), he is also the official photographer of the Sailing Tour de France since 1996, and of many offshore skippers. You can also see his copyright on publicity photos for Jeanneau and Dufour shipyards.

Jean-Marie Liot currently devotes part of his schedule in food photography. A book produced in 2010 in collaboration with a solognote Chef will be the first step. Tastings and meetings, Jean-Marie Liot shoots Chefs and restaurants, recipes, and Packaging Studio.

Jean-Marie lives in Vannes with his large family.

On January 5, 2009, Michel Desjoyeaux, nicknamed the Professor, had already won the Vendée Globe in 2001. He came back again in 2008, but technical problems forced him to turn around leaving his competitors sailig alone for the first days . But it is unknowing him. The Professor, as the sailors call it, took a new start 40 hours later, and overtook all the competitors one by one, giving the impression that the other sailors were on a cruise. In the middle of the Indian Ocean, Desjoyeaux took the lead. On January 4, 2009, he passed the famous Cap Horn in the lead. While flying over him in the Strait of Le Maire, at the tip of the Land of Fire in Argentinian, his question to the VHF was : "How do you like the boat? Answer: "Intact! Even after a half tour of the world! "Desjoyeaux responded immediately" well, that's the first impression that counts... ". After his victorious arrival at Les Sables d'Olonne, we discovered that he had to face many technical problems, including the recovery of a saffron thanks to a simple retention of 4mm rope, the front tip almost halved, Depriving him of wearing his big spinakers without repair. And the list kept secret for psychological pressure vis a vis its competitors was long as a day without bread. The Professor we tell you...

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Le Professeur - Jean-Marie Liot

Le Professeur - Jean-Marie Liot

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