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While many equate Ansel Adams as the father of landscape photography, there were others who also had a great influence on modern photography, and none more so than the legendary Edward Weston. There is a great NY Times article on his work, his place in history, and his primary landscape subject, the coastal area of Point Lobos, California. Although he is most famous for his pepper #30, he was a fantastic landscape photographer as well, and together with Ansel defined what landscape photography would be for generations to come.

“Composition is the strongest way of seeing” – Edward Weston

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