|depression era photo by Dorothea Lange|
|Lange's photo still rings true today.|
In 1952, Lange wrote an article with her son Daniel Dixon titled Photographing the Familiar (Aperture, Vol 1, No. 2, 1952). Their article is no less true today than 68 years ago.
"(A) great photograph first asks, then answers, two questions. Is that my world? What, if not, has that world to do with mine?”
“Bad as it is, the world is potentially full of good photographs. But to be good, photographs have to be full of the world.”