When I look at my old pictures, all I can see is what I used to be but am no longer. I think: What I can see is what I am not.
A photograph shouldn't be just a picture, it should be a philosophy.
It's funny, but certain faces seem to go in and out of style. You look at old photographs and everybody has a certain look to them, almost as if they're related. Look at pictures from ten years later and you can see that there's a new kind of face starting to predominate, and that the old faces are fading away and vanishing, never to be seen again.
Max had once read in one of his father's books that some childhood images become engraved in the mind like photographs, like scenes you can return to again and again and will always remember, no matter how much time goes by.
There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.