Bruce Gilden is as entertaining in conversation as he is while taking pictures. He speaks warmly of his special, uncompromising relationship with photography, and the incredible results of his uninhibited approach. “If I want to take a picture, that’s reason enough,” he says. “If you start asking yourself how someone is going to react, you’ll never get a good picture.”
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