'The utmost focus and control' 

When it comes to adaptation, no photographer did it better than Brett Weston. Put simply, his eye adapted to any subject in any genre. Landscapes of all stripes, portraits of any type of sitter, show no weaknesses. Like his father, photography giant Edward Weston, he created works that are highly sensual, yet tempered with geometry, composition and narrative.


  • A concentrated dose of Brett Weston's stunning fine art photography hits the FAC.


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