PBS released a documentary on photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams. See photos and learn more about the documentary after the break.
Ansel Adams was a photographer who is well-known for his black and white landscape photographs. For decades, he travelled to different places to capture images of the wilderness. For the PBS series on history’s American Experience, they released a documentary on Ansel Adams’ life and works. The documentary shows footage from archives, photographs and some documents written by Ansel Adams. They also featured interviews from Ansel Adams’ family, friends, and some of the people he worked with through the years.
American photographer Ansel Adams remains one of the most renowned photographers today, and his photographs of American landscape and wilderness are iconic.. But there is more to Adams as a photographer. Turning away from mountain ranges, he also documented the WWII Manzanar relocation.
In a conversation about Ansel Adams' genius, one would often find wondering if he actually struggled like a normal artist, or if he was just naturally talented and skilled. The latter is popular among his fans, but clearly, there's more to this photographer's story.
The American photographer and landscapist Ansel Adams is already a household name -- an immense icon of his own right that just by a single look of a photograph, you'd see his trademark. And there's a reason why he's a photographer you should look up to.
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Ansel Adams' western American landscapes will always be the iconic photographic representation of early America, hence so many other photographers he influenced gave their own visual attempts of canyons and valleys in the West Coast. Here we have a rare, early preview of 19th century East America.
Olle Eriksson, a Stockholm-based freelance photographer, tested the Daguerreotype Achromat 2,9/64 Art Lens while on a trip to Brazil. Get to know more about him and see his dreamy photographs in this interview.
Gone are the days when passionate photographers trek hills and mountains with their large cameras, recreating the journey of Ansel Adams around American parks... or is it really gone? Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton isn't ready to let go of his bulky large format just yet.
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