Jack Delano : A textile mill working all night at New Bedford, Massachusetts in January 1941.
“To do justice to the subject has always been my main concern,” Jack Delano wrote in his autobiography Photographic Memories. “Light, color, texture and so on are, to me, important only as they contribute to the honest portrayal of what is in front of the camera, not as ends in themselves.”
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