Photojournalist Don McCullin risked his life covering civil wars on four continents from 1964 to 1985. As Harold Evans writes in the introduction to the catalogue produced by the National Gallery of Canada: “Don McCullin has guts. He can stop in the middle of a firefight to measure the exposure time.” To which the photographer responded: “Why risk getting killed for an underexposed picture?”
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