Paul Strand
[Photographer, b. 1890, New York, d. 1976, Oregeval, France.]

 Subject matter is extremely important to the artist, because until he talks about something that really means something to him, the audience cannot see anything important or interesting. 
 The man who really showed what could be done with a 35mm is Henri Cartier-Bresson. I don’t think anybody has added to that since. I don’t think anybody has done anything with 35mm that he didn’t do. 
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