Photographer Kevin G. Saunders is acutely aware of the responsibility that goes into taking someone’s portrait.
“The indigenous people 150 years ago were terrified of photography, because they thought they were going to steal their soul,” said Saunders. “So I’ve always thought, what if there is something to that? What if I am stealing your soul? Then I have a responsibility to really take care of it. And give it back in better shape than when I took it.”
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