[Writer, b. 1866, Bromley, Kent, England, d. 1946, London.]
I often think we do not take this business of photography in a sufficiently serious spirit. Issuing a photograph is like marriage: you can only undo the mischief with infinite woe...
Mind you, I am not one of those who would prohibit a man wearing what he conceives to be his best clothes to the photographer’s. I like to see the little vanity peeping out—the last minute’s folly of a foolish tie, nailed up for a lifetime. (1893)