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Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: I start with no preconceived idea - discovery excites me to focus - then rediscovery I start with no preconceived idea - discovery excites me to focus - then rediscovery through the lens - final form of presentation seen on ground glass, the finished print previsioned completely in every detail of texture, movement, proportion, before exposure - the shutter's release automatically and finally fixes my conception, allowing no after manipulation - the ultimate end, the print, is but a duplication of all that I saw and felt through my camera. — Edward Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Weston H. Agor: Making mistakes simply means you are learning faster. Making mistakes simply means you are learning faster. — Weston H. Agor
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: The photographer's most important and likewise most difficult task is not learning to manage his The photographer's most important and likewise most difficult task is not learning to manage his camera, or to develop, or to print. It is learning to see photographically - that is, learning to see his subject matter in terms of the capacities of his tools and processes, so that he can instantaneously translate the elements and values in a scene before him into the photograph he wants to make. — Edward Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Jeff Mariotte: The truth of the matter is that for all the drive-in movie references, what Weston The truth of the matter is that for all the drive-in movie references, what Weston Ochse has really created in Multiplex Fandango is a travelogue. Acting as narrator and guide, Weston takes you on a trip to places familiar and obscure-New Orleans, the Sonoran desert, Mexico's Pacific coast, and the dark, impenetrable reaches of the soul. He shows off sights that chill the blood, and as with any good trip, the things seen and experienced along the way will stay with you for a lifetime. — Jeff Mariotte
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Randy Weston: In Africa I discovered what the true purpose of a musician is. We are historians, In Africa I discovered what the true purpose of a musician is. We are historians, and it is our purpose to tell the people the true story of our past, and to extend a better vision of the future. — Randy Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Michael Weston: Spies go to bars for the same reason people go to libraries: full of information Spies go to bars for the same reason people go to libraries: full of information if you know where to ask. — Michael Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Kim Weston: The darkroom is just the means to an end. The darkroom is just the means to an end. — Kim Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Jonny Weston: I went to college at University of South Carolina and dropped out of chemistry, and I went to college at University of South Carolina and dropped out of chemistry, and to fill a class, the only spot they had left was a theater class. It was so annoying, but I took it and then I thought it was the greatest thing; the most socially creative. I dropped out of school immediately and moved to New York to start acting. I was 19. — Jonny Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Kim Weston: My surprises come usually once I start rolling and photographing. My surprises come usually once I start rolling and photographing. — Kim Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Weston La Barre: Without language, it is safe to say that man would not have become fully human. Without language, it is safe to say that man would not have become fully human. — Weston La Barre
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Kim Weston: I was always confident in my art and in myself as an artist. I was always confident in my art and in myself as an artist. — Kim Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: Dare to be irrational! - keep free from formulas, open to any fresh impulse, fluid. Dare to be irrational! - keep free from formulas, open to any fresh impulse, fluid. — Edward Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Christie Ridgway: Driving from the shop by the beach to her home in the Malibu hills, Juliet Driving from the shop by the beach to her home in the Malibu hills, Juliet Weston peered through the deepening dusk and weighed the merits of bathing in Super Glue. A dab would repair a fingernail. She'd read a line of the stuff could close a wound. What she faced was more dire, however. Would immersion in a tub of maximum-hold adhesive keep he from fracturing into a thousand little pieces? — Christie Ridgway
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: I am not limiting myself to theories, so I never question the rightness to my I am not limiting myself to theories, so I never question the rightness to my approach. — Edward Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By C.S. Lewis: But Ransom soon perceived that it regarded intelligence simply and solely as a weapon, which But Ransom soon perceived that it regarded intelligence simply and solely as a weapon, which it had no more wish to employ in its off-duty hours than a soldier has to do bayonet practice when he is on leave. Thought was for it a device necessary to certain ends, but thought in itself did not interest it. It assumed reason as externally and inorganically as it had assumed Weston's body. — C.S. Lewis
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Tom Weston-Jones: I'm not happy if other people aren't enjoying themselves, so I try to lighten the I'm not happy if other people aren't enjoying themselves, so I try to lighten the mood as much as I can. — Tom Weston-Jones
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: When a photographer masters the tools and processes of the art, then the quality of When a photographer masters the tools and processes of the art, then the quality of the work is only limited by his creative vision. — Edward Weston
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Mrs Weston Sayings By Gabriel Weston: This is when I became myself. The girl before this time is a shadow, like This is when I became myself. The girl before this time is a shadow, like a soul who is practicing how not to become. She is the background, the hole in the fabric from which the real shape is cut. — Gabriel Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Julie Johnson: We were doomed from the start. A lost cause. A losing battle. And yet, in We were doomed from the start. A lost cause. A losing battle. And yet, in that narrow instant, I didn't give a single fuck. — Julie Johnson
Mrs Weston Sayings By Sara Lindsey: I don't believe I have been compromised. At least not past redemption. -Isabella Weston I don't believe I have been compromised. At least not past redemption. -Isabella Weston — Sara Lindsey
Mrs Weston Sayings By Rachel Van Dyken: Seriously." He turned me so I was facing him. "I'm not gonna lie. I want Seriously." He turned me so I was facing him. "I'm not gonna lie. I want you. I want you so freaking bad that I'm pretty sure when I get to heaven I'm going to be sainted. — Rachel Van Dyken
Mrs Weston Sayings By Max Pam: I set a discipline for myself to return every afternoon and take photographs like Edward I set a discipline for myself to return every afternoon and take photographs like Edward Weston: f22, full sun, big set squares, big circles. I would smoke a joint with some hippies on the grass, then go do some more pictures. — Max Pam
Mrs Weston Sayings By Brett Weston: I don't photograph for other people. I love an audience, mind you. Once I've got I don't photograph for other people. I love an audience, mind you. Once I've got them there, then I love an audience. Not a big audience, though. I'd rather please ten people I respect than ten million I don't. But I don't play to an audience, I do it for myself. — Brett Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Michael Weston: My interest in theatre started in high school, mostly because my dean forced me to My interest in theatre started in high school, mostly because my dean forced me to do it. I was creating trouble in the hallways, so he demanded that I do something with my spare time. — Michael Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Robert Adams: Landscape pictures can offer us, I think, three verities: geography, autobiography, and metaphor. Geography is, Landscape pictures can offer us, I think, three verities: geography, autobiography, and metaphor. Geography is, if taken alone, sometimes boring, autobiography is frequently trivial, and metaphor can be dubious. But taken together, as in the best work of people like Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Weston, the three kinds of information strengthen each other and reinforce what we all work to keep intact - the affection for life. — Robert Adams
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: Which makes his good manners the more valuable. The older a person grows, Harriet, the Which makes his good manners the more valuable. The older a person grows, Harriet, the more important it is that their manners should not be bad - the more glaring and disgusting any loudness, or coarseness, or awkwardness becomes. What is passable in youth, is detestable in later age. Mr. Martin is now awkward and abrupt; what will he be at Mr. Weston's time of life? — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Anthony Weston: Don't jump in with two feet where truly informed people tread with care. Don't jump in with two feet where truly informed people tread with care. — Anthony Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Kim Weston: Galleries, and they're all the same, and rightly so, they sell work. Galleries, and they're all the same, and rightly so, they sell work. — Kim Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Celia Weston: The great lesson in theatre is that you live the story every night, and that The great lesson in theatre is that you live the story every night, and that is a wonderful vehicle for getting to the richest places in a performance or investing a character with the richest life. — Celia Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Edward Weston: I have been photographing our toilet, that glossy enameled receptacle of extraordinary beauty. Here was I have been photographing our toilet, that glossy enameled receptacle of extraordinary beauty. Here was every sensuous curve of the human figure divine but minus the imperfections. Never did the Greeks reach a more significant consummation to their culture, and it somehow reminded me, in the glory of its chaste convulsions and in its swelling, sweeping, forward movement of finely progressing contours, of the Victory of Samothrace. — Edward Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: I suppose you have heard of the handsome letter Mr. Frank Churchill had written to I suppose you have heard of the handsome letter Mr. Frank Churchill had written to Mrs. Weston? I understand it was a very handsome letter, indeed. Mr. Woodhouse told me of it. Mr. Woodhouse saw the letter, and he says he never saw such a handsome letter in his life. — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Simon Weston: I've always been very hopeful but I also know that as long as you've got I've always been very hopeful but I also know that as long as you've got a good work ethic, almost anything is achievable and I learned that in the armed forces. — Simon Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Simon Weston: I've had well-paid jobs, but in comparison to what footballers earn, I've not earned serious I've had well-paid jobs, but in comparison to what footballers earn, I've not earned serious money. — Simon Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Whitney G.: Thank you, Professor Weston... - How about those ellipses? Did they fit there) - Gillian Thank you, Professor Weston... - How about those ellipses? Did they fit there)
- Gillian — Whitney G.
Mrs Weston Sayings By Rachel Van Dyken: It's not in the perfection of life that things make sense, but in the chaos- It's not in the perfection of life that things make sense, but in the chaos- Weston Michel — Rachel Van Dyken
Mrs Weston Sayings By Phen Weston: Today words curve around my vision,Stumbling from my parched coreTo soak again those strands of Today words curve around my vision,
Stumbling from my parched core
To soak again those strands of silence. — Phen Weston
Mrs Weston Sayings By Weston La Barre: The careful scholarship of the dedicated amateur mycophile R. Gordon Wasson reads like an exciting The careful scholarship of the dedicated amateur mycophile R. Gordon Wasson reads like an exciting scientific detective story. Moreover, his willingness to pursue the quest through the wide range of linguistics, archeology, folklore, philology, ethnobotany, plant ecology, human physiology, and prehistory constitutes an object lesson to all holistic professional students of man. — Weston La Barre
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: Mrs. Weston's friends were all made happy by her safety; and if the satisfaction of Mrs. Weston's friends were all made happy by her safety; and if the satisfaction of her well-doing could be increased to Emma, it was by knowing her to be the mother of a little girl. She had been decided in wishing for a Miss Weston. She would not acknowledge that it was with any view of making a match for her, hereafter, with either of Isabella's sons; but she was convinced that a daughter would suit both father and mother best. It would be a great comfort to Mr. Weston, as he grew older - and even Mr. Weston might be growing older ten years hence - to have his fireside enlivened by the sports and the nonsense, the freaks and the fancies of a child never banished from home; and Mrs. Weston - no one could doubt that a daughter would be most to her; and it would be quite a pity that any one who so well knew how to teach, should not have their powers in exercise again. — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: Married women, you know, may be safely authorised. It is my party. Leave it all Married women, you know, may be safely authorised. It is my party. Leave it all to me. I will invite your guests."
"No," he calmly replied, there is but one married woman in the world whom I can ever allow to invite what guests she pleases to Donwell, and that one is-"
"Mrs. Weston, I suppose," interrupted Mrs. Elton, rather mortified.
"No, Mrs. Knightley; and, till she is in being, I will manage such matters myself. — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: There was a strange rumor in Highbury of all the little Perrys being seen with There was a strange rumor in Highbury of all the little Perrys being seen with a slice of Mrs. Weston's wedding-cake in their hands: but Mr. Woodhouse would never believe it. — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: A private dance, without sitting down to supper, was pronounced an infamous fraud upon the A private dance, without sitting down to supper, was pronounced an infamous fraud upon the rights of men and women; and Mrs. Weston must not speak of it again. — Jane Austen
Mrs Weston Sayings By Jane Austen: It was quite a different sort of thing, a sentiment distinct and independent. Mrs. Weston It was quite a different sort of thing, a sentiment distinct and independent. Mrs. Weston was the object of a regard which had its basis in gratitude and esteem. Harriet would be loved as one to whom she could be useful. For Mrs. Weston there was nothing to be done; for Harriet every thing. — Jane Austen