A Photographic Memory

We don’t load cameras much anymore, but we still aim them and shoot pictures. With that in mind I get a bang out of describing my irrepressible pursuit of portraits as a predatory sport, hunting big game: the famous and the simply fascinating. I try to get close enough for a good clean shot — close as in rapport, not just proximity — to avoid inflicting gratuitous wounds.

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