‘Silly’ selfies craze will die out, says ’60s snapper Bailey

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BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BAILEY ARRIVES FOR THE OPENING OF THE NEW SAATCHI GALLERY IN LONDON.By Li-mei Hoang LONDON (Reuters) – The craze for taking “selfies” will die out soon, said British photographer David Bailey, famously known for capturing the free spirit of the swinging ’60s. The 76-year old, whose famous subjects include supermodel Kate Moss, Rolling Stone singer Mick Jagger and actor Jack Nicholson, said he had never taken a self portrait on a smartphone or webcam because he was too busy taking pictures of other people.