Edward Weston
Fifty Years
Aperture, New York, USA, 1973

pages 285
first edition
dimensions 31 × 34.5 cm, hardcover (without jacket)
language English
ISBN 0-912334-38-X
Edward Weston

He has been described as one of the most innovative and influential American photographers and one of the masters of 20th century photography. During a 40-year career, Weston photographed a range of subjects, including landscapes, still life, nudes, portraits, scenes of popular taste, and parodies. He developed a distinctively American and especially California approach to modern photography because of his focus on the people and places typical of the American West.