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Photographers discuss the taboo of creative decline

by on June 6, 2013

As our regular readers will know, we have a particular interest in images of age at work.  Therefore we were intrigued to read this piece about age on the other side of the camera by Oliver Laurent in the British Journal of Photography (@1854).  Each of the photographers (age 19 to 100) interviewed offers a different perspective on their (long and shorter) careers and the relationship between (chronological) age and creative output.

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