[Photographer, b. 1915, Chicago, Illinois, d. 2004, Williamstown, Massachusetts.]
... photography is just a medium. It’s like a typewriter. Photography as an art doesn’t interest me an awful lot; as a participant, though I like to look at it.
My photos tend to be confusing. I show a great many vistas.
Photography is space, light, texture, of course, but the really important element is time—that nanosecond when the image organizes itself on the ground glass.