I’m not attached to any particular subject, which is unusual for a photographer,” Perkis told an interviewer in 2007. “What holds my work together is the way I see and the fact that I use very simple equipment. I still photograph the same way, technically, that I started with in 1957, with a small camera and black-and-white film. I carry my camera with me all the time. When I see something that moves me or interests me, I take a picture. I don’t care what it’s a picture of.
via Past Forward by Blake Andrews
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