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Who Is Ansel Adams Influence His Work?

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In 1916 Ansel Adams was a photographer who used his work to promote conservation of the wild around the area. He took a trip to Yosemite National Park where he saw more than what lay in the national park, when he looked through the lense he was fascinated. He continued to tay photos of the nature that lay beneath him in Yosemite. Later Adams was on a roll and he then began to learn darkroom techniques. He also read many photography magazines. Ansel Adams also went to photography meetings and he would go to art exhibits.
His classic black-and-white images helped establish his photography through the fine arts. He developed and sold his begining photographs at Best’s Studio in Yosemite Valley which people loved. His professional breakthrough followed the publication of his first portfolio, “Parmelian Prints of the High Sierras” which it included his famous photograph “Monolith, the Face of Half Dome.”
That portfolio was a huge success and then it became the leading number of commercial assignments. Between 1929 and 1942 his work and reputation started to evolve. Ansel Adams
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Then before the U.S. Navy converted the Ahwahnee Hotel into a hospital in for a short period of time in 1943, the YP&C Co. paid Adams to start and finish a long photoshoot inventory of the new structure.By the 1960s Ansel Adams’ images were being shown in ln huge galleries and museums because of the appreciation that people had for his photographs. Ansel Adams spent a lot of the seventies developing negatives so he could satisfy the demand for his legendary works. Ansel Adams worked throughout his life as a commercial photographer and for companies such as Kodak, Zeiss, IBM, AT&T, and Life and Fortune magazines. He died at some point in his eighties but he was still known as the black and white man for his beautiful landscape
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