Quote of the Week by Brett Weston


“I use various types of cameras and photograph anything, anytime. It could be something modern or an ancient rock, it doesn’t matter. But, unless a landscape is invested with a sense of mystery, it is no better than a postcard.” —Brett Weston (1911–1993)

Brett Weston was the son of the legendary American photographer, Edward Weston. He began photographing in 1925, after his father pulled him out of school and made him his apprentice. A lot of his ideas of form and composition were inspired by artists. He was drawn to portraying abstraction through his images. At the age of 17, he showcased his work at the Film und Foto exhibition in Germany which catapulted him to international fame.