Gjon Mili
[Photographer, b. 1904, Korçë, Albania, d. 1984, Stamford, Connecticut.]

 After a decade I became fed up with the strobe because I had done almost everything once and I didn’t want to repeat myself. 
 Time could truly be made to stand still. Texture could be retained despite violent movement. (On the development of high-speed strobes) 
 My generation came at a time when photography was advancing by leaps and bounds, creating the impulse to experiment and seek new approaches.