[Photographer, b. 1928, Havana, Cuba, d. 2001, Paris.]
I remember it as if it were today... seeing him [Che] framed in the viewfinder, with that expression. I am still startled by the impact... it shakes me so powerfully. (On his iconic photo of Che Guevara)
Forget the camera, forget the lens, forget all of that. With any four-dollar camera, you can capture the best picture.
There’s something about his eyes in the photo. A kind of mystery. His personality comes through. It’s always hung on my walls and I’ve given it to many people as a present. (On his iconic photo of Che Guevara)