Kim and Gina Weston have offered nude photography workshops at their home on Wildcat Hill for more than 15 years. Kim Weston will be your private instructor and will work with each photographer in the group covering topics like composition, lighting, and presentation. One on one workshops are also available.
We offer only the finest black and white, silver gelatin photographs. These beautiful and expressive images are hand printed by Kim Weston in his darkroom, processed, mounted, and signed on museum quality mat board. Browse our collections here online or visit us at our private gallery in Carmel Highlands.
Edward Weston lived on Wildcat Hill from 1938 until his death in 1958 and holds the same charm and artistic energy that it did when he lived here. The property is home to Edward's original darkroom, Kim's studio, gallery, and Charis Wilson's Bodie House. Come stay the night or visit us for a tour. We would love to meet you!
prints from our private collection
Weston Photography offers silver gelatin photographs printed directly from Edward Weston's original negatives by his son, Cole Weston. Each photograph is an 8x10 inch contact print dry mounted on 100% rag, acid free mount stock. On the back of the mount, each print is titled and dated with Edward’s negative code and is signed by Cole Weston in pencil.
Spring,1943: the only original negative of edward's being reproduced today
It is extremely important to us that everyone who wishes to own an Edward Weston photograph is able to, which is why we have made the negative of "Spring 1943" (N-43-CH-1) an open edition print, available for $600.
The negative for "Spring 1943" was given to Kim by his father, Cole Weston, and is the only original Edward Weston negative being reproduced today.