Words matter. These are the best Kim Weston Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The darkroom is just the means to an end.
If you’re not going to tell something if you’re not going to expose something it’s real easy to go in and photograph from behind the camera and not expose any of your weaknesses.
We all take from our artistic endeavors what we as individuals need, to make the process unique and fulfilling to ourselves.
My surprises come usually once I start rolling and photographing.
I think all photographers fit their vision to their personality.
I don’t think at that time I realized how important it was and how important it was for me to be here and carry on that legacy in our family of being a photographer.
Any nude is a something you setup in front of the camera.
Galleries, and they’re all the same, and rightly so, they sell work.
I think the digital camera would record that information too fast for me.
I photographed rocks and trees and tide pools and nudes and all that stuff for years and years. Until 20 years ago when I found that I could do it in the studio and never have to travel.
My son does a little photography, but he’s not involved the way I was.
You work on an idea, your first interpretation is very raw and you work it and you work it and it gets polished and polished. It gets to a certain level and then it comes down off that peak.
Uncle Brett had a definite vision that he was after, I don’t think having a famous father affected him much.
Well, now I’m an old photographer and I still don’t sell.
Being a shy person, I always felt strange outside with my camera.
It doesn’t matter what you do, as long as you’re fulfilling that inner need, and for me the need is more the process than the finished product. My photographs are stories of the process.
As an artist you have to have a certain amount of arrogance.
I didn’t want to travel. I didn’t want to leave my family. I heard all these stories from Dad about not having Edward around when he was young, and I didn’t want that to happen.
To me, that is the essence of me as a photographer. It is those ideas, working with them, formulating them and eventually putting them down on paper, photographing them and then going on to the next step.
I don’t know, the older I get, the more complicated I think I get, which is a hindrance.
I don’t need the money I generate from photography to support myself.
That’s not to say that some day I won’t go outside again, but I’m having a great time working on this process.
I was always confident in my art and in myself as an artist.
I felt no pressure that my grandfather was famous and my uncle was famous.
In front of the camera I look and I see visually what I’ve created.