Portraits are not simply about people as individuals (something we have become obsessed with these days) but about all people in relation to themselves and each other. It is about journeys and looking at what may or may not be happening. It’s about time and space and how we think we know what that is even though we are often trapped in our way(s) of seeing it. I love what people like Cartier Bresson, Fan Ho, Don McCullin, Andre Kertesz and others have done in this field but you nearly always find with these guys that they “feel” the shot. There is a sense of an underlying truth to a shot. A sort of Tao of photography. It doesn’t need to be intellectually overplayed.
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