620


Carlos

609



There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself; for what we see is what we are.
Ernst Haas

608


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If you look at a photograph, and you think, 'My isn't that a beautiful photograph,' and you go on to the next one, or 'Isn't that nice light?' so what? I mean what does it do to you or what's the real value in the long run? What do you walk away from it with? I mean, I'd much rather show you a photograph that makes demands on you, that you might become involved in on your own terms or be perplexed by.
Duane Michals

605


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"The photograph is not what was photographed. It's something else." 
Winogrand

593



"To keep things going for a long time, you just have to carry on taking photographs. By taking photographs you make discoveries about yourself and come to realize various things. If you're constantly reminded of things, this gives you the impulse to carry on. You learn things through taking photographs; photography is your teacher. The main thing is to keep on taking photographs for ever and ever."
Nobuyoshi Araki

592


"I am a cook who makes jam but prefers to eat freash fruit. I am also a cook who hates any cherries to be wasted."
Jacques-Henri Lartigue

591


I don't have anything to say in any picture. My only interest in photography is to see what something looks like as a photograph. I have no preconceptions.
Winogrand

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'The picture plays with the question of what actually is happening. Almost the way puns function. They call the meaning of things into question.'
Winogrand

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"In my work there is a lot of ambivalence, wanting it [the photograph] to be true, knowing it's not,” 
Sultan

585