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PHILIP JONES GRIFFITHS
As I immersed myself in the subject, I came across a statement by Henri Cartier-Bresson, explaining that with a camera the discovery of the external world simultaneously reveals the internal world. I found this prospect electrifying: it had to be the key to a meaningful life! (...) The industrialized nations are performing a slow genocide on the peoples of the world by the eviction of peasants from their land, the urbanization of society and the imposition of a uniform consumer culture... no need to weave, sing, dance or even talk when the latest soap hits the dish. - Philip Jones Griffiths

Journalists should be by their very nature anarchists. - Philip Jones Griffiths - in B&W Magazine.

The worst thing, after lead [a bullet] is water. It ruins cameras. - Philip Jones Griffiths - Source: Popular Photography, June 2008

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