Mandela’s release: Beyond the dark cloud, a shining light South African Graeme Williams – white skinned, if that makes this story any more complete – was brought up to believe that the apartheid regime was fundamentally unjust. So when the opportunity arose to photograph Nelson Mandela walking free from prison after 27 years of incarceration, one can only imagine Graeme’s breathless anticipation. He describes it. “It was all very secretive so we didn’t know it was going to happen, because the apartheid government didn’t want to get everyone worked up into a frenzy before he was released,” he says. “(This) worked very well (for me) because if they had given several months warning, all the top, hot shot photographers in the world would…