William Eugene Smith

I’m quite sure that the first picture that realy moved me, is this from the (1948) photo essay on Dr. Ernest Ceriani in the small Colorado town of Kremmling  by William Eugene Smith > Saving the boys eye

Presumably my own experiences enhanced the impression it gave on me.

Country Doctor

Some years ago, at a flee market at Skjärholmen, Stockholm, Sweden,  I stumbled across a copy of the book Minamata that he wrote togeter with his wife Aileene Smith.

His most known photograph may be The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946

W. Eugene Smith: ‘I Didn’t Write the Rules, Why Should I Follow Them?’ By THE NEW YORK TIMES

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