[b. 1936] American portrait and press photographer
The whole trick in covering rock fans is getting the picture before you get knocked down. And obviously the same goes for students riots and scenes like Chicago 1968.
"The Best of LIFE", page: 251
I’ve never thought I was competng with Michelagelo or Rubens, or anyone like that. Somehow, photographers seem elevated to a higher standard than a really good carpenter, which is probably a big mistake. Anything’s an art those days, so why not?
on the question: "Do you think photography is an art?",
Life Photographers: What They Saw by John Loengard
Page: 376 – 377