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  • Emma Pratley

    Yosemite, Ansel Adams - An interesting tree found in Yosemite National Park. I like how the tree is not the typical kind of tree many photographers would shoot.

  • Mike Stone

    Migliori black and white photography | Jeffrey Pine — Sentinel Dome

  • Gerald Russell

    Yosemite, Ansel Adams #AnselAdams

  • Amicafragile

    Ansel Adams, The Jeffrey Pine Yosemite's famous Jeffrey pine on Sentinel Dome -- whose poetic beauty and unique, wind-swept formation made it one of the most photographed trees in the park, if not the world -- has crashed down.

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Ansel Adams Photographs of National Parks and Monuments, compiled 1941 - 1942,

Ansel Adams, nascido em 1902, foi um grande fotógrafo do século XX e é considerado uma figura visionária na fotografia. Ele defendia a ideia de que um fotógrafo deve conhecer as técnicas, mas não se limitar a elas, desenvolvendo, assim, o máximo de sua criatividade e fugindo da automação.

Ansel Adams: The Mural Project 1941-1942 by U.S. Department of the Interior

Garden of the Gods, CO - Ansel Adams try by Pascal Pollei

Ansel Adams was the first photographer to shoot an official Presidential portrait when he was commissioned to photograph Jimmy Carter. He pioneered the revolutionary zone system but sadly, relied on commercial photograpy for his livelihood while pursuing the art of fine photography. His most famous photograph Moonrise, Hernandez, NM, the highest Ansel Adams print sold for $609,600 at Sotheby's in 2006 . His iconic photographs have inspired the conservation of national parks in America.

ANSEL ADAMS ROCKS by mark_rutley, via Flickr

I like the symmetry and its depth too. The photo doesn't have a clear, centre point to focus on so theres more movement to the photo. Ansel Adams

Moonrise over Half Dome ~ Yosemite Valley, California [photo by Rebecca Finch, Brooklyn, New York]....

Oh another incredible shot by Ansel Adams