Photojournalism has always been a controversial subject. But what about when a photographer endures in a project on his daughter? Where is the line drawn?
A series of black and white photographs target photographer Jack Radcliffe’s daughter, Allison. Beginning with what every father does; a picture here at the time of birth, there at infancy, and continuing through toddler, pre-teen, and teenage years, all the way through to young adulthood. Except Jack approaches these photographs with more than just the intention to preserve sweet memories; a family portrait turned photo project.