A friend of mine is working on a book about photography and read some famous words from some famous photographers, but cannot find out where they said that.
Maybe some of you know the origins of these quotes:
1. Elliott Erwitt: „A picture should be looked at – not talked about.“
2. Henri Cartier-Bresson: „Une bonne photo est une photo que l'on regarde plus d'une seconde.“ (A good photo is one that you look at for more than a second.)