Ezra Stoller
[Photographer, b. 1915, Chicago, Illinois, d. 2004, Williamstown, Massachusetts.]

 ... photography is just a medium. It’s like a typewriter. Photography as an art doesn’t interest me an awful lot; as a participant, though I like to look at it. 
 Photography is space, light, texture, of course, but the really important element is time—that nanosecond when the image organizes itself on the ground glass. 
 My photos tend to be confusing. I show a great many vistas.