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    "Remembering Brett Weston"

    A new video with Kim Weston, John Sexton and Randy Efros reminiscing about their experiences with Brett Weston. This is a much watch for any fan of Brett. Apparently there will be two more installments! Enjoy. =)

    http://www.kimweston.com/remembering...on-and-weston/

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    http://www.johnsexton.com/remembering_brett_weston.html

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9gxD...b5gQQgpEHZdjOb

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    Re: "Remembering Brett Weston"

    Here's a link to part 1 on Youtube. Perhaps they moved it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9gxDGWebdc

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    Re: "Remembering Brett Weston"

    Thanks for sharing this. It's really great.

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    Re: "Remembering Brett Weston"

    I hadn't noticed the first one had been moved, Ken. Thanks for fixing that.

    And you're welcome. =)

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    Re: "Remembering Brett Weston"

    As an addition to those remembering Brett in his later years, his good friend Richard Miller wrote of earlier times, and of their friendship over fifty years. It is revealing of the subject, and a shared affection. A very honest appraisal of Brett, in my opinion.

    This piece was included in the "Brett Weston at One Hundred" book published by PWG in 2011.

    http://www.richardcmiller.com/portfo...-a-friendship/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merg Ross View Post
    As an addition to those remembering Brett in his later years, his good friend Richard Miller wrote of earlier times, and of their friendship over fifty years. It is revealing of the subject, and a shared affection. A very honest appraisal of Brett, in my opinion.

    This piece was included in the "Brett Weston at One Hundred" book published by PWG in 2011.

    http://www.richardcmiller.com/portfo...-a-friendship/
    What a great article. How marvelous it was that two completely divergent lifestyles could form a lifetime bond around photography. I need to read more about Richard Miller as he was quite an accomplished photographer. Puts things into perspective.

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    Re: "Remembering Brett Weston"

    That's a great piece to read. Just met Brett briefly in the 70s out in Carmel.

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    Thanks for that article.

    One of my favorites is Brett's characterization of Ansel's near-far compositions as "gee-whiz".

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    The other comment in the discussion that got a unified belly laugh was Brett's comment to Kim - "I was never very good at math, but I was pretty good with figures".

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