Print in Edward Weston's Darkroom with Kim Weston

Spring 1943 Negative by Edward Weston Printed by Kim Weston
Spring 1943 Negative by Edward Weston Printed by Kim Weston

Print in Edward Weston's Darkroom with Kim Weston

19.95

Embark on a photographic journey as Edward Weston's grandson, Kim, prints from the original negative of "Spring 1943" in his darkroom on Wildcat Hill! Enjoy!

 

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This is a video download (not a DVD). The file for your video will be emailed within 24 hours of your purchase with a link to a Dropbox folder. Please download the video to your computer to watch the full version, otherwise it will only show a preview and not the entire video. The video is 815 MB and runs 26:02 minutes. Thank you!

Join photographer Kim Weston, the grandson of Edward Weston, as he prints an original Edward Weston negative in his old darkroom at Wildcat Hill.

This negative called “Spring” was photographed at Wildcat Hill in 1943. The figure in the photograph is Charis Wilson, Edward’s last wife. Edward Weston photographed many wonderful photographs of Charis around his home during the 1940’s.

This is the only original negative from the Edward Weston collection that is allowed to be printed. It was a gift to Kim from his father, Cole Weston. All of the remaining negatives are housed at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona.

In this 25-minute video, Kim takes you into Edward Weston’s original darkroom and shows you the very simple techniques that Edward used throughout his life – a historical journey back in time to see how this master used basic tools to make incredible art.

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You can buy this photograph “Spring, 1943″ printed by Kim Weston. Own your own Edward Weston photograph today!