what is most important, what am i trying to frame here, what story am i trying to tell, what can i learn from this person's experience that might not be illustrated by a conventional conflict photograph, you know? and that's why a lot of his pictures you barely know there's a conflict going on. you can see it in the expression on people's faces, but i think tim showed that there was a way to do that and be successful at it. and i think he, in that way he sort of bridged a gap between journalism and art. and that was really always what he was interested in doing because he was definitely an artist, probably more so than a journalist. but by exploring conflicts the way he did and by the way he didn't think of himself as a conflict photographer, it's just what he, some of his best work came out of, and it's a way people mostly remember him.