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An unprecedented showcase of four hundred essential photographs taken by Ansel Adams, documenting his growth as an artist from 1916 to 1968.
This photography guide initially discusses light, film and exposure. A discussion of the zone system follows, in which the author had a pioneering role. Chapters are also included on natural and artificial light, the darkroom and its equipment, and techniques for developing the negative.
This photography text covers "seeing" the finished photograph in advance, lens choices, the major different types of camera, accessories, light meters, shutters and specialist equipment.
America's greatest photographer on his greatest subject: A timely and powerful new collection of Ansel Adams' photographs of America's most beloved national park, introduced by bestselling photographer Pete Souza.
Shows how the making of a fine print is the culmination of the photographic process. The technical information is clear and concise, starting with designing and equipping a darkroom. The text continues through making the first print and ends with professional tips and tricks.
With superb reproductions of breathtaking Ansel Adams photographs, the Ansel Adams Engagement Calendar remains a beloved annual bestseller.
In 1941, Ansel Adams photographed America's national parks for a series of murals that would celebrate the country's natural heritage.
Ansel Adams recounts the situations surrounding the making of his photographs and the methods he used in their realization. Each image is accompanied by a text that studies the technical and aesthetic problems presented by the subject, and includes reminiscences of the places and people involved.
In Five Volumes. Volume 1, Camera And Lens: The Creative Approach; Volume 2, The Negative: Exposure And Development; Volume 3, The Print: Contact Printing And Enlarging; Volume 4, Natural-Light: Photography; Volume 5, Artificial Light: Photography.
In his early years in Yosemite, Ansel Adams formed the habit of writing letters at every opportunity. Among the family, friends, and colleagues with whom he corresponded rank such eminent names as Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand and Jimmy Carter. This volume of letters reveals the artist and the man.
Part of the Tiny Folio series: Ansel Adams photographed America's national parks before the project was suspended due to World War II
The most comprehensive, authorized collection of Ansel Adams' photographs of America's National Parks and wilderness
This text presents the life story of one of America's best known and most popular photographers and environmentalists of the 20th century. Adams has also been a teacher, musician and crusader over the last six decades.