"I think the classic struggle for photographers is to keep the sense of uncertainty alive, even while gaining in skill and experience. The natural course in most disciplines is to minimize uncertainty as one becomes more proficient. As it should be. You don’t want an uncertain surgeon operating on you or an uncertain computer repairman fixing your hard drive. But photography is different. The ability to remain open to chance is its lifeblood, and photographers who have it are the ones who’ll keep me watching until the end."