John Hoagland
[Photojournalist, b. 1947, San Diego, California, d. 1984, El Salvador.]

 I don’t believe in objectivity. Everyone has a point of view. But I won’t be a propagandist for anyone. If you do something right, I’m going to take your picture. If you do something wrong, I’m going to take your picture also. 

Hiroshi Hamaya
[Photographer, b. 1915, Tokyo, Japan, d. 1999, Kanagawa, Japan.]

 I like the idea that my work isn’t intended only for the Earth, but for the entire Universe. 

Richard Hennessy
[Artist and critic, b. 1941, lives in New York.]

 Photography bears the same relationship to fine art that figure skating does to ballet. (1979) 

Robert Heinecken
[Photographer, b. 1931, Denver, d. 2006, Albuquerque, New Mexico.]

 Some of my enthusiasm for the [found] photograph was based on the fact that there was some residual illusion of reality in it always, no matter what I did to it. 

Chester Higgins
[Photographer, b. 1946, Lexington, Kentucky, lives in Brooklyn, New York.]

 I had a choice: I could wail against the racism of the [prevailing] pictures or I could go and create photographs that would tell a contrary story. 

Aldous Huxley
[Writer, b. 1894, Godalming, Surrey, England, d. 1963, Los Angeles.]

 Advances in technology have led… to vulgarity. Process reproduction and the rotary press have made possible the indefinite multiplication of writing and pictures…. The situation may be summed up thus. For every page of print and pictures published a century ago, twenty, or perhaps even a hundred pages are published today. But for every man of talent then living, there are now only two men of talent. (1934) 

Bert Hardy
[Photographer, b. 1913, London, d. 1995, Oxted, England.]

 Everywhere I look and most of the time I look, I see photographs. 

Adolph Hitler
[Politician, b. 1889, Braunau am Inn, Austria, d. 1945, Berlin, Germany.]

 No politician should ever let himself be photographed in a bathing suit.