So, Ansel Adams translated the photographic language into the Zone System and throughout his career, created very powerful images from his exacting process. Ansel relies on his knowledge of sensitometry to create his wonderfully dramatic and rich prints. Edward Weston created brilliant photographs through his imaginative and sensitivity for photography. He was not a "Zone" guy, and his photographs as most says, "comes from the heart". His method of work derived through intuition and intimacy of his tools. Ansel said that Weston would point his meter at an area and turn a few dials on the light meter and conclude at a general exposure based on his experience. So my question is, how do you photograph? Are you a Weston or an Ansel? Do you find yourself out there shooting the image based on your intuition and feel for the subject, or do you find yourself doing calculations in your head trying to figure Zone placements?