"Any photographer that has a chance to work with natural light, especially soft overcast light, has got it made. If that natural light is held in -- if you photograph out of doors, in the shade or the sun, there is nothing to hold the light in -- when you photograph someone, say at the opening of a hallway, you're holding in that natural light. All the important light is on that central person. That's one thing young photographers have to learn. Photography is merely light, and knowing what to photograph is more important but not by much."