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Imagining Tina: A Dialogue with Edward Weston

Imagining Tina: A Dialogue with Edward Weston

We are so proud of the amazing work that Maryam created here on Wildcat Hill and abroad. She has a unique eye for subtle details that makes you want to see more. Her images radiate using the platinum process and seem to jump off of the paper. Kim and Gina will be joining Maryam in London at the opening of her show!

Weston Photography Tutorial Participant, Brian Connor, Wins Award in B&W Magazine!

Weston Photography Tutorial Participant, Brian Connor, Wins Award in B&W Magazine!

I have been working on fine art nude photography for several years, and feel that my work has developed and matured a great deal in the last 1 or 2 years. The workshop at Wildcat Hill was very exciting and contributed much to that process. Also, I had a long conversation with Kim after I sent him a set of finished images, and felt his critique of them was most helpful.

Roman Loranc & Tony Bannon at The Center for Photographic Art

Roman Loranc & Tony Bannon at The Center for Photographic Art

It was an awesome event at The Center for Photographic Art and a treat to have Roman & Tony talk about their collaboration on the book, Traces, The Photographs of Roman Loranc. The turnout was great, and it was fun seeing everyone!

Weston Photography | Focusing In - George Hurrell's Picture of Charis

Weston Photography | Focusing In - George Hurrell's Picture of Charis

Focusing In is a series of blogs that will highlight the many historic significances of Wildcat Hill, Edward Weston’s last residence before his death in 1958. Each week we will select a unique photograph, artifact, or piece of memorabilia that we believe is significant and worth looking into. Please accompany us on this journey into photographic history, you won’t be disappointed.

Weston Photography | Focusing In - Spring, 1943

Weston Photography | Focusing In - Spring, 1943

Focusing In is a series of blogs that will highlight the many historic significances of Wildcat Hill, Edward Weston’s last residence before his death in 1958. Each week we will select a unique photograph, artifact, or piece of memorabilia that we believe is significant and worth looking into. Please accompany us on this journey into photographic history, you won’t be disappointed.