Up close and personal

Feb 27, 2010

Cabbage Leaf, 1931.

I'm a huge fan of straight photography, which is a style of photography that captures natural beauty with minimal image manipulation.  One of my favorite photographers to pioneer this style of photography is Edward Weston (1886 - 1958).  I especially love his study of natural objects like vegetables.  Who would've thought that a pepper could look so sensual?

Pepper, 1930.

Artichoke, Halved, 1930.

 Chard, 1931.

1 comments:

honeyhuckabee said...

oh i adore weston! i remember seeing his work in an art history class and being stunned at the way he saw simple things. what an inspiration :)
.honeyhuckabee

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