While nearly every photographer I’ve known handles negatives with their bare hands, nearly every curator puts on white cotton gloves. Yvonne Halsman, widow and collaborator of Philippe Halsman, hesitated a moment before I photographed her. She wondered aloud what would be proper and decided both would.
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