Wayne was an important WWI and postwar photographer, and the past president of Magnum Photo Agency. He was also a friend. In 1998, I helped him organize and curate a show of his photographs taken in Chicago's African-American neighborhoods right after WWII. Before he died in 2013, Wayne asked me to write the lead essay for this retrospective book on his career, organized by Stephen Daiter Gallery. The essay, Seeing Feeling, is reprinted here.