To me, the problem with this article is that it presents a simplistic way of comparing these two genres of photography, and then throws the ball to other people to provide gut-reaction quotes about the idea. The article states: "At first, photographing war and fashion appear as incongruous acts that are difficult to reconcile. Until, perhaps, you take a deeper look." That's as much analysis as we get. After that, the point is made in a superficial way, by juxtaposing images of war and fashion that share a similar composition. Of course the article is not saying that "fashion and war are equivalent," but rather that "fashion photos and war photos sometimes look the same when they're taken by the same person." This statement isn't controversial at all, though—isn't that obvious? It's safe to say that most photographers have a consistent way of working, which means that there should be some consistency between photographs they take of different subjects.