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Kim Weston Quotes & Quotations
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    A lot of my work comes from my life experiences. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    Any nude is a something you setup in front of the camera. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    As an artist you have to have a certain amount of arrogance. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    Being a shy person, I always felt strange outside with my camera. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    Growing up, I didn't give my grandfather's photography a second thought. I wasn't involved in his work, except that I helped my dad print his negatives. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I don't know, the older I get, the more complicated I think I get, which is a hindrance. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I just love photographing. I don't do it for anyone else. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I photographed rocks and trees and tide pools and nudes and all that stuff for years and years. Until 20 years ago when I found that I could do it in the studio and never have to travel. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I think the digital camera would record that information too fast for me. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I tried painting for a short time and realized that I was not a child prodigy at painting. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I was a shy child, and I loved going into the darkroom and helping my dad. I loved the darkness, the quiet. I'd sit in there for hours. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I was always confident in my art and in myself as an artist. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    I'm not photographing the model in the classic sense; the model is playing a part in my photographs. It's more like theater. I always work with models I know, and I let them participate in deciding how to act their part. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    If no one wants to jump into a Kim Weston and drive it down the street. That's fine with me I don't care. I know my work is good and I know it's serious work. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    It doesn't matter what you do, as long as you're fulfilling that inner need, and for me the need is more the process than the finished product. My photographs are stories of the process. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    My son does a little photography, but he's not involved the way I was. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    My surprises come usually once I start rolling and photographing. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    No matter how fast I could do it with the digital camera I don't think I would get the same thing out of it. The passion I have for formulating an idea stands alone. It is the important essence of what I do. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    The gallery is generating work for the masses. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    The studio work helps me in two ways: I don't have to go out with my camera and have people look at me, and I can be close to my family. Kim-WestonKim Weston
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    We all take from our artistic endeavors what we as individuals need, to make the process unique and fulfilling to ourselves. Kim-Weston/">Kim Weston
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    Well, now I'm an old photographer and I still don't sell. Kim-Weston/">Kim Weston
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    What I had to prove was that I had a dedication and a desire and a passion to do the work and everything else would fall in place because I have a vision that I want to portray and it did and I do it. I don't sell anything. Kim-Weston/">Kim Weston
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    When I look at a painting there is so much left for my interpretation to work with. It's like they haven't finished the idea. The painter hasn't. Kim-Weston/">Kim Weston
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    You work on an idea, your first interpretation is very raw and you work it and you work it and it gets polished and polished. It gets to a certain level and then it comes down off that peak. Kim-Weston/">Kim Weston