Writer Gerry Badger has never been short of words and photographer Paul Graham of pictures. Graham mentioned at his Hasselblad award presentation in Paris in November that he shot over 47,000 frames to arrive at his edit for his The Present series.
In the British Journal of Photography of December 20, Gerry Badger writes and gives an overview of Paul Graham's American series work and his practice.
What is photography about? This is the question every photographer must ask him or herself every day - and the answers are as varied as the number of photographs in the world. And that, as we know, has increased exponentially in the years since John Szarkowski compared the number of photographs to the number of bricks; since the advent of the internet, there are far more photographs around than bricks.
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