A eureka moment in 1963 for Meyerowitz: He resisted the temptation to make a close-up of the distressed girl in the window on the New York City street, having noticed so much going on. “I thought: Oh, it’s a photograph!” he says. “You suddenly think: Oh, there’s more to this than shooting the arrow into the bull’s-eye.”

from the PDN article Joel Meyerowitz on What He’s Learned: Part I

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