Morgan Hines, USA TODAY
There probably isn't a photographer out there that Ansel Adams hasn't influenced.
At least that's what Pete Souza, chief official White House photographer for President Barack Obama, thinks.
Souza, who wrote the foreword for Adams' new book "Ansel Adams' Yosemite:…
Ansel Adams' latest book features a sequence of photographs that he selected before his death but are being published in this sequence in book form for the first time. The book includes a foreword by President Barack Obama's chief official White House photographer, Pete Souza, and an essay by Adams' darkroom assistant.
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By Robert Annis - Lonely Planet Writer
I’m a good photographer, but obviously no Ansel Adams. Adams had a unique style – a way of photographing landscapes playing with light and shadow, creating iconic images both stark and beautiful – and on a recent trip to Yosemite National Park, I learned…
Read Ansel’s 1968 speech to the DNC
As we celebrate Earth Day this year we are reminded of the diligence required to affect change. Today the environment continues to be attacked and the clock is being turned back on progress on many fronts. Ansel Adams spent decades in the battle to protect our…
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By Robin Lubbock https://www.wbur.org/artery
Leaning close into Ansel Adams' photograph "Canyon de Chelly National Monument," created in 1942, I saw the fine dark outline of a tree, far away, down by the river. It was so clear, and so sharp, I felt like I could reach out my hand and gently lift it from…
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The Longmont Museum’s latest exhibit Ansel Adams: Early Works launched Friday, Jan. 28, 2019 with an opening reception, complete with appetizers, a cash bar and live music on the Museum’s own Shigeru Kawai piano. Cocktail attire was requested, and many attendees complied..
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The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But America’s wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston that reveals how human intervention has changed purple mountains’ majesty.
By Vicki Goldberg - The New York Times
January 17, 2019
BOSTON — Ah, wilderness!…
Ansel Adams was a genius with a camera, but he wasn’t so great about taking notes. The famous 20th century landscape photographer did not keep careful records of the dates he took his photos, leading to some debate over the origin period of certain images, including Denali and Wonder Lake (below),…