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    EW & BW article

    I would really like to see the article too.

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    There's not much printed on Brett. It might make sense to post the article as an attachment so we can download it from APUG. Unless, of course, there would be some copyright issues.
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    The recent Brett Weston exhibit in New Hampshire...worth more than a few thousand words...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skillian View Post
    That may be true, but Picture-making is light years more important to me than printmaking. The quality of Brett's prints varied wildly over his career - when he started using the smaller camera in the 60's, print quality naturally suffered, but his vision always evolved over the 50+ years he photographed. He was simply a visual tour deforce.
    No argument there. My favorite image from the White Sands portfolio was made with the Rolleiflex. In reproduction I definitely can't tell the difference, and probably can't tell the difference with actual prints. I suspect that the recent BW show I saw at the Phillips Collection contained some enlargements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy View Post
    I would really like to see the article too.

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    I would love a copy of this article as well. If you don't mind, please send it to me. Thanks in advance for your kindness.

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    If available, if an email list is being put together, I too would appreciate the opportunity to read this article. I'm pretty sure this magazine is not available here in Saudi Arabia!

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    HOLY MACKERAL !
    I am very grateful to Ken for sending this article to me. Not only is this a revealing and interesting look at two photographers that most of us are at least familiar with, it serves as a really valuable lesson in the whole business of "seeing" as a photographer in general.
    Thanks again.
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    I'm not sure if this works from any IP.

    http://www.jstor.org/stable/775689?cookieSet=1

    There is a PDF link on the upper right.

    I see now that I was able to access the article and download since I am at a university where the library has arranged for access. So, if any of you are in a similar position or can VPN into a university you may be able to use the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Lipka View Post
    It might make sense to post the article as an attachment so we can download it from APUG. Unless, of course, there would be some copyright issues.
    Yes, this is a copyrighted article and not available for free distribution.
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