MEMORIES OF MARILYN:
JACK CARDIFF (CINEMATOGRAPHER)
“She was practically perfect to photograph. You know, a third rate artist will draw somebody’s face with the eyes the same size in the right position, but no two eyes are alik on a human face — one will be a bit smaller or a slightly different shape — and a real artist will capture the essence in getting a likeness of the person. However if you could measure Marilyn’s eyes and facial features, they were almost perfect.
The end of her nose was tipped up a bit, but it was charming, and she was absolutely lovely. She photographed perfectly from any direction.”