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Edward Weston's color photographs

For me Edward Weston (1886-1958) was the photographer most responsible for photography coming to be considered a fine art (rather than a craft). He was one of the founders of the f64 group, championing ultra-sharp images rather than the soft-focus impressionism of some earlier art photographers (f64 was the smallest aperture on the bulky cameras he and… 681 more words

tell me what to knit

We have just sent the Inspired by Islay book to the printers! All is very well here, apart from the fact that I currently find myself with… 394 more words


Matters of Gravity

“To consult the rules of composition before making a picture is a little like consulting the law of universal gravitation before going for a walk”  –  Edward Weston… 594 more words


Rfotofolio is pleased to share the work and words of Randy Efros.

Would you please tell us a little about yourself?

I was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and have been photographing for over forty years. 644 more words


We are pleased to share the work of Leslie Hall Brown.

Would you please tell us a little about yourself?

I was born in Oklahoma and spent my child years in Tahlequah, a small town known as the Capital of the Five Civilized Tribes. 1,747 more words


on how to see photographically

“The photographer’s most important and likewise most difficult task is not learning to manage his camera, or to develop, or to print. It is learning to see photographically – that is, learning to see his subject matter in terms of the capacities of his tools and processes, so that he can instantaneously translate the elements and values in a scene before him into the photograph he wants to make.”

Edward Weston

On Photography


The landscape module opens with the challenge to sketch a ‘landscape’ picture. Many people say they can’t draw, but I really can’t draw, so I will not burden the internet with an embarrassingly inadequate and indecipherable sketch. 1,167 more words

Research And Reflection