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Photographer Captures Fett on Earth

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French photographer Cedric Delsaux combines Paris photography superimposed with Star Wars imagery, including Boba and Jango Fett.

The First Post site has the best gallery.

Wanted Paris, a gallery for photographers selling their work, hosts a portfolio of Delsaux's fine art photography for sale, along with his bio.

An interview is available in French (along with a candid chat); we're providing a link to an on-the-fly web translation to English interview (and chat), but note that it surely translates some words and phrases inaccurately. The interview also includes a 16-picture gallery, which includes some extras that didn't make The First Post.

For our visitors who understand French, there's also an audio slideshow with Delsaux discussing his Star Wars series.

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