ISBN: 978 9941 463 56 3
Category: Read Along
Prepared for publication by Tamar Kinkavelidze
In 1932 American photographer Edward Henry Weston formed a group f/64. What did 64 stand for? It referred to the smallest aperture setting that cameras could have at that time. This 64 aperture setting provided an evenly sharp focus of all the objects and images in the photo. Weston considered that a great shot meant having everything evenly in focus.
Each story in this edition is equally in focus so we can start reading these 64 chapters in any order as their arrangement is nothing but symbolic.