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, Wayne Miller: Photographs 1942–1958. The essay, Seeing Feeling, is reprinted here.