Almost fifty years after photographing the Selma March for Life Magazine, I decided to look back at my contact sheets from that period.
In the 60’s, as a photographer, you would send each day’s film you shot, overnight to the New York lab for processing. An editor would then go through the negatives and clip a small circle in the sprocket holes of what they thought was a possibility for magazine layout.
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