Occam's Razor.
An Outside-In View of Contemporary Photography.

Essays by Bill Jay.
Nazraeli Press, Munich, English, 1992. In Germany. 165 pp., numerous black-and-white pen and ink text illustrations, 5¾x8¼".

In this fascinating collage of essays, photographer Bill Jay touches a multiplicity of areas of photography, ranging from personal reminiscences of Diane Arbus and W. Eugene Smith to essays on photographic craft, art criticism and The Family of Man. Jay's narratives are serious and intriguing with a healthy dose of light-hearted humor.

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