SPOTLIGHTNicholas Nixon On 40 Years of Portraits, Seducing Your Subject, and a Good DeathIn an exclusive conversation with LensCulture, Nixon talks about why he threw away the first photo of “The Brown Sisters,” imparts some invaluable wisdom gained from 40+ years of making portraits—and reveals the moments when you need to put down the camera and simply be present.Read More
Nicholas Nixon On 40 Years of Portraits, Seducing Your Subject, and a Good Death
In an exclusive conversation with LensCulture, Nixon talks about why he threw away the first photo of “The Brown Sisters,” imparts some invaluable wisdom gained from 40+ years of making portraits—and reveals the moments when you need to put down the camera and simply be present.
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