It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter because you can invent things. But in photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary.
I never cared for fashion much, amusing little seams and witty little pleats: it was the girls I liked.
A positive attitude can really make dreams come true - it did for me.
To get rich, you have to be making money while you're asleep.
I never tried to revolutionise photography; I just do what I do and keep my fingers crossed that people will like it.
The best advice I ever got was that knowledge is power and to keep reading.
Anybody can be a great photographer if they zoom in enough on what they love.
All pictures are unnatural. All pictures are sad because they're about dead people. Paintings you don't think of in a special time or with a specific event. With photos I always think I'm looking at something dead.
Being trendy is dangerous. I've never been trendy, which is why I've never really fallen out of favour.
Rockers are the nicest people to photograph. They have no inhibitions.
When I die I want to go to Vogue.
I'm not really one for regrets.
It is a sign of a dull nature to occupy oneself deeply in matters that concern the body; for instance, to be over much occupied about exercise, about eating and drinking, about easing oneself, about sexual intercourse.
Fashion often starts off beautiful and becomes ugly, whereas art starts off ugly sometimes and becomes beautiful.
You can't really copy what I do because I don't do anything.
The reason I did fashion was it was the only way to get paid to do anything creative. You couldn't support yourself as an 'artist' - I hate that word. The only way you could be 'arty' was as a fashion photographer, because it still had a certain amount of integrity involved.
I hate men who are in touch with their feminine side.
I didn't know I was going to live for 50 years. It has come as a shock.
The skull is nature's sculpture.
Being handsome wasn't much of a burden. It worked for me.
I never set out to be a photographer.
You have to kind of be invisible when you photograph children, so you use a longer lens.
The Sixties was a time of breaking down class barriers, although I think class still exists today in some areas.
I like change. There's something Buddhist about it - continuous change is wonderful.
I always go for simplicity.
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