The 1970s Polaroid Portraits which follow have this in common: The subjects are fellow journalists,
photographers, friends, newsmakers. In Saigon, Phnom Penh and Vientiane I simply asked them to
pause for a snapshot. It was my personal project, and no one took a Polaroid camera seriously.
French Photojournalist Michel Laurent, above, was killed in combat the last day of the Indochina war.
Photographs by Neal Ulevich. All images on the watermargin website are protected by copyright and may not be used without written permission.