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Hans Georg Berger Explains Why Photography Should Always Be a Conversation

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By Josh Sims Hans Georg Berger doesn’t care much for the idea of taking photographs. “I don’t want to ‘take’ photographs,” says the 71-year-old German photographic artist. “I want the photograph to be given. I think that’s probably the most unnerving part of my process for the subjects — all the waiting until they finally give in and say ‘C’mon, when are you going to do this photo?!’” If the distinction between “taking” a photo and being given one through the deliberation of its subject may at first seem like pettifogging, Berger — whose images are found in the permanent collections of major i…

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