These images of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston were made in 1948 by my uncle, Richard Rundle. He was a professional photographer, a student of both Adams and Weston, and was active in the San Francisco Bay Area photography scene of the 1940s and 1950s. He owned and operated a camera shop in Richmond California called Dick's Camera. My father, Victor Rundle, was a enthusiastic amateur photographer who introduced me and my brothers to photography at a young age, and taught us how to process film and make prints in our basement darkroom.
Ansel Adams Weston and students at Wildcat Hill Edward Weston