Bernard Shaw On Photography edited by: Bill Jay
"The generous-hearted editors of this volume, Bill Jay and Margaret Moore, have felt incensed that "Bernard Shaw has been inexplicably and shamefully ignored as a photographer and photographic critic". They have gathered his few reviews, letters, and miscellaneous pages on the subject into this convenient volume, added a selection from his own camera, and had the wit to use as an epigraph Shaw's own recipe for the partiality of good criticism. With the reckless bias that Shaw advocated they have washed away the shame of his neglect and triumphantly put wrong to right."--Page ix.