Arnold Newman: A Gift
by Marianne Fulton
When Arnold Met Arafat
by David Friend
Arnold Newman Gallery
Arnold Newman Interview Video Excerpts:
"It turned out to be one of my best photographs... it was my impression of a Nazi who managed to survive, yet killed millions of people."
"The only thing that matters is if it is honest. If [the picture] is honest, you and everybody can tell. If it is dishonest, you and everybody can tell. That explains what good photography is about."
"What is my style? It's just a picture that satisfies me. I guess that's my style."
"I have never given up my copyright."
"I took the portrait out of the studio and started getting into real life."
"I predict all the little talents will be getting all the money. They'll do it just to get exposed."
"Some of the best pictures which museums have were taken on a Speedgraphic with an eight inch lens that the students would turn their nose up at."
"You have to concentrate on your job. And don't think that the camera's going to do the job for you."
"How do you do a book? You work your ass off."
"Why do I take pictures the way I do? It's simply preparation."