"Photography is a strange phenomenon. In spite of the use of that technicalinstrument, the camera, no two photographers, even if they were at the same place at the same time, come back with the same pictures. The personal vision is usually there from the beginning - result of a special chemistry of background and feelings, traditions and their rejection of sensibility and voyeurism. You trust your eye and cannot help but bare your soul. One's vision finds, of necessity, the form suitable to express it."
Inge Morath died in 2002 at age 78. Her husband, Arthur Miller, said of her, "She made poetry out of people and their places for over half a century."