Dear young photographer: ‘Shoot a lot of pictures. Be a doer, not a chatter.’

Turning points can come like a bolt out the blue, in the most unlikely of places. In 1958, David Hurn was a young budding photographer, minding his own business on a self-assigned task, when his pivotal moment casually tapped him on the shoulder. “I was photographing pigeons in Trafalgar Square,” says Hurn. “[A man] came … Continue reading Dear young photographer: ‘Shoot a lot of pictures. Be a doer, not a chatter.’