Todd Walker
[Photographer, b. 1917, Salt Lake City, Utah, d. 1998, Tucson, Arizona.]

 I wonder what art is about and I’m not sure that what I do is art because I’m a photographer, not an artist. But whatever you do, the secret is to do what you think you ought to do, and do the hell out of it. 
 I came to photography with the desire to conquer this machine, the camera, and make it my slave. Instead, I have now a respect for it and all machines as expanders of my awareness. 
 Photography is a very forgiving medium. Anybody that can afford film and a camera can make pictures.