If you don't have a good volume of Edward Weston on your bookshelves—every self-respecting photo library needs at least one—Taschen's Edward Weston by Terrence Pitts and Manfred Heiting costs only $12.33...and that's for a big 9.4 x 12.4-inch, 224-page book, which must rival the record ratio for great photographs per penny. I can't vouch for the repro quality, but if you don't like it, you can make yourself look magnanimous by donating your copy to a local school library and not be out more than the cost of a few Starbucks' Caffè Mistos.
UPDATE: Ctein and I would both like to hear from anyone who owns or has access to this book. What's your impression of the reproduction quality of the photographs? Thanks.
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