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Edward Weston - Again, objects brought out of their usual context to impersonate other representations. Enhanced by the deep black and white tones, and unusual shapes

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Differences + similarities between Edward Weston and Ernest Haas Differences Edward uses black and white to signify detail and emotion. The emotion tends to be low as it he tries to portray a very...

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melisaki | Pepper #35 photo by Edward Weston, 1930

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