[1909–1991] innovative inventor responsible for conceiving of and perfecting instant photography. Known as Polaroid
Look, if the picture you get instantly is as beautiful as the picture you get by waiting seven days, then it is absolute madness to say that there is virtue in waiting.
Don't undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.
Anything worth doing is worth doing to excess.
We are still a long way from the realization of the concept of a camera that would be, oh like the telephone, something that you use all day long, whenever an occasion arises in which you want to make sure you cannot trust your memory.