The fact is that rela­tively few pho­to­graph­ers ever mas­ter their medi­um. Ins­tead they allow the medi­um to mas­ter them and go on an end­less squir­rel cage cha­se from new lens to new paper to new deve­lo­per to new gad­get, never stay­ing with one pie­ce of equip­ment long enough to learn its full capa­ci­ties, beco­ming lost in a maze of tech­ni­cal infor­ma­ti­on that is of litt­le or no use sin­ce they don’t know what to do with it.Edward Wes­t­on (1886 – 1958)

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