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The photographer sees the world as a child sees the bits of glass in a kaleidoscope. If he has a camera with which he can secure these ever-changing combinations, he is then able to look on them again and again, and he has the further pleasure of pleasing others with the sight of things which he, with perhaps unusual opportunities, was able to see, which his friends would otherwise not ever be able to. - Frank Meadow Sutcliffe - Amateur Photographer 1899 [cited in: Creative Camera June 1972, p. 184]

 
  
 
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