JOHN OLSON

 
No form of photography can do a battle like that justice. No matter how good we are at our jobs, we can’t bring home 100% of what it feels like to be in a situation like that. - John Olson , Life Photographers: What They Saw by John Loengard , Page: 414
There is always a risk in the process of putting something on film that the photographic event becomes the main event, and the subjects act differently than they would if the process of taking the picture weren’t noticed. The ideal photographer is an invisible man. - John Olson , Life Photographers: What They Saw by John Loengard , Page: 414
But part of the responsibility of the photographer is to go out and to make some determin actions of what the key issues are and to put them on film. - John Olson , Life Photographers: What They Saw by John Loengard , Page: 414