The point of this issue isn’t to honor or condemn hunting. Hunting is a fact. We’re just as much a game as the animals. This is about a rediscovery, to reconnect with this visceral animality. It’s surprising, sometimes annoying, but we’re all animals. We’re all caught in the trap. I shoot to kill. I’ve always had a rather ambivalent relationship with the subjects in my photographs, always aware that I had taken a living moment and killed it with my camera, leaving only the memory.
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