Long before I learned about cameras, my life with photography began as a cacophony of shadow and sound as I lay watching rays of light glide across the darkening gloom.

When I was eleven years old, legendary photojournalist Powell Krueger invited all the kids in the neighborhood into the darkroom to learn how to develop and print black and white negatives.

I have always been the kid with his nose up against the glass, hoping to be a part of that world. Photography allows me to see inside.

George McClintock
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