"For a long time, this distinction between day and night was an unconscious one. Because I am represented by a photography agency (Magnum) I sometimes find myself in the position of being able to report on the state of the world [...] I have never had any qualms about allowing myself to be the frustrated hostage of a commission, because the strategic and political issues facing the press are very real.
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