Beniamino Cangemi

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

“I only ever take one picture of one thing[, says William Eggleston]. Literally. Never two. So then that picture is taken and then the next one is waiting somewhere else.” Let me get this straight, I say, astonished: each image he has produced is the result of one single shot? He nods. And what happens, I ask, if you don’t get the picture you want in that one shot? ‘Then I don’t get it,’ he answers simply.” Sean O’Hagan • Guardian

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