David Hurn is a renowned Magnum photographer known for his photojournalism and celebrity photography. In an interview with YouPic, Hurn talks about his remarkable experiences in the 60s, such as shooting stills of Sean Connery in James Bond films — even contributing to the iconic imagery of the fictional spy with Hurn’s Walther LP-53 air pistol.
Hurn also talks about respecting the subjects. “The nature of photography is you have to be there for you to do it. You can’t do it on the telephone, or you can’t write it up. You actually have to be there physically, whether it’d be a place you’d go to, or a person you’d want to meet.”
Learn more from the master photographer in this video.
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