On Being a Photographer.
Text by David Hurn and Bill Jay
LensWork Press, Portland, 1997. 96 pp., 6½x9½".
A collaboration of longtime friends, On Being organizes an on-going discussion between Magnum photographer Hurn and noted critic Jay about the various aspects of the photographer's life. Their wide ranging discussions explore such perennial issues as titles (i.e. photographer vs photojournalist), photographers and the "fine print," selecting a subject, and editing.
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