Of course his works stand alone. I am just suggesting that the daybooks have boosted the monetary value of his work.

Suppose Weston lived in a cave somewhere and printed his work and talked to nobody. You think his work would of had the same impact that it did?
As I mentioned before, art does not live in a vacum. Photographers that want to promote their work benefit from having people skills.

Quote Originally Posted by df cardwell
Without Weston's images, Daybooks would have no market. Not the other way around. Weston dominated the planet of photography in a way few of us comprehend.