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JOHN ERITH
[..] let us now proceed to the analysis of the main types of photographer, who fall within eight main groups:
1. Button-Pressers,
2. Gadget Fetishists,
3. Hit-or-Miss Optimists,
4. Theoretical, Technical and Gadget Dabblers,
5. One-Operation Experts
6. Stunt-Merchants and Imitators,
7. Pseudo-Photographers and Arty-Crafties,
8. Expert Craftsmen-Technicians
- John Erith - “Erith on pictorial photography”, The Fountain Press, London 1951, p. 18.

At the present time, photographs have a far wider appeal than modern art, much of which is unintelligible and meaningless, except to a few aesthetes. - John Erith - [“Erith on pictorial photography”, The Fountain Press, London 1951, p. 148].

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