In an interview for Alfred Dunhill's Voice campaign, photographer Don McCullin spoke about his experiences as a photographer in war torn areas and the lasting effects that it had on his personal life. By definition, "conflict photography" is obviously not as controlled and predictable as studio photography. You expect a certain level of fear and danger, but hearing McCullin talk about having his camera shot near his face by a sniper, watching executions and being powerless to stop them, and the terrible visions that would still come to him after 50 years in the profession, all made us respect his work even more and wonder why anyone would want to follow in his footsteps.

[via Petapixel]