Danny Clinch: Behind the Lens

Behind-the-scenes tales of iconic photo shoots with Bob Dylan, Tupac and more
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Danny Clinch

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Johnny Cash

"That stands out as one of my favorite photographs," Clinch reveals. "I got an assignment to shoot Johnny Cash for this guitar magazine. I went there and did portraits of him for the cover. It went really well and he was very sweet and kind. I said to him, 'Mr. Cash, would you mind me hanging around before you go on?' This was before a show at Westbury Music Fair in Long Island. He was like, 'Yeah, do whatever you want.' He was waiting in the hallway while the announcer was prepping the fans. I picked this photo over the portrait because I'm really a fan of capturing a real moment."


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