Edward Weston, Cabbage leaf (1931)

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Edward Weston - Cabbage Leaf, 1931 / Silver Gelatin Print - x

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Edward Weston-Cabbage Leaf 1931 Gelatin Silver Print via Leopold Museum Vienna

Edward Weston  Cabbage Leaf  1931  silver print

The waves are the stunishing [Edward Weston Cabbage Leaf 1931 silver print]

Edward Weston, Cabbage Leai, 1931 © 1981 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents

Edward Weston, Cabbage Leai, 1931 © 1981 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents

kisuaonline:  Edward Weston - Driftwood Stump, 1937

B W - Edward Weston Driftwood Stump (Crescent Beach) 1937

Edward Weston Style (Savoy cabbage) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Edward Weston, looking at food in a new way. try to make people see the beauty in the everyday object.

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Edward Weston, Portrait of a Cabbage Leaf, 1931 - part of the discussion on a case study of vintage food photography

Circus Tent / Edward Weston / 1924 / gelatin silver print / this photo was taken at a circus in Mexico

Circus Tent / Edward Weston / 1924 / gelatin silver print / this photo was taken…

Ansel Adams diceva di lui: "Weston è uno dei pochi artisti creativi del nostro tempo... I suoi lavori illuminano il viaggio spirituale dell'uomo verso la perfezione".

Ioana Ardelean Photography: Photography Final Project -- Homaje to Edward Weston

Leaf by Brett Weston Photographic Print by Brett Weston at Art.com

Leaf by Brett Weston Photographic Print

Century Plant | Brett Weston

Century Plant | Brett Weston

Edward Weston, Onion-Halved, Carmel, 1930, © 1981 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents

Edward Weston, Onion – Halved, Carmel, 1930 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents

Edward Weston "Leeks" (1927) Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, Arizona

Edward Weston "Leeks" Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, Arizona

Edward Weston, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century.  He took a lot of food because he was poor, and could eat it afterward.  His nudes and shells were equally exquisite.

Edward Weston *Notes: great execution of showing shape, form.

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Botanical specimen - close-up // Robert Mapplethorpe

How to Win the Battle of Close-up Photography. Photo by Steve Berardi

How To Win The Battle Of Close-up Photography - Photo Naturalist

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