ASSIGNMENTS by ANTONY ARMSTRONG-JONES. SNOWDON, 1972.
I believe that photographs should be simple technically, and easy to look at. They shouldn’t be directed at other photographers; their point is to make ordinary people react – to laugh, or to see something they hadn’t taken in before, or to be touched. But not to wince, I think. One of the most glib things that anybody can do with a camera is to be cutting or sardonic. - Lord Snowdon
12 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches