A portrait of an artist is always their subject. We may know the photographer from the photograph in the way they see the world and the artifacts that they make, in the moments captured, the fractions of time captured eternally on the page. The portrait is really a self-portrait, something like a duet, a conversation made through the eyes as we see and be seen by the camera, the Third Eye of this physical realm. The keeper of the capture: the photograph, and the photographer is s/he who knows the world as a place where time stops.
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