NORMAN CORWIN
[b 1910] one of the greatest living writers in the English language.

 
Photography is to the layman perhaps the most enticing art. As a buff and a follower, at a respectful distance, I find myself like others, having the heart of a Steiglitz with hands that sometimes seem impeded by boxing gloves. What is exasperating is that one can feel closer to managing the skills of photography than most other arts, and yet be a long hop, skip and delusional way from it. - Norman Corwin
Photography is to the layman perhaps the most constantly enticing art. As a buff and follower, at a respectful distance, I find myself like others, having the heart of a Steiglitz with hands that sometimes seem impeded by boxing gloves ... What is exasperating is that one can feel closer to managing the skills of photography than most other arts, and yet be a long hop, skip and delusional way from it. - Norman Corwin
From "Corwin on Media", 1974,as quoted in Westways Magazine, Jul/Aug 99