"... It is axiomatic, that the best way to learn to make good photographs is through practice. Reading about photography is necessary and recommended, and so is the study of the work of more accomplished photographers. But both are only preparatory to the work one hopes to do himself. And no matter what a photographer
may know about taking pictures, until he actually gets down to taking them, his theoretical knowledge is of little worth ..."
from "Total Picture Control"
by Andreas Feininger
Crown Publishers, Inc. - New York 1961