On the one hand, Michael Somoroff's latest publication, "A Moment. Master Photographers: Portraits by Michael Somoroff", is somewhat of a name game - this grouping of portraits represents a serious "Who's Who" of great 20th Century photographers: Brassaï, Lartigue, Penn, Avedon, Kertesz...and the list goes on. But Somoroff's photography isn't solely concerned with his photographic mentors, influences, and models. For Somoroff, as he explains below, the most important factor is the moment, the relationship between humans, and the "Truth"...
Brassaï, Paris, 1983, Copyright© Michael Somoroff
You have a rather long history with photography. Can you explain your initial connection with the art?
Yes, more than 50 years.
Read the complete interview here.