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Ansel Adams: 400 Photographs Hardcover – October 29, 2007
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"a book that is certain to offer inspiration for years to come"―Shutterbug magazine, 2007 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Andrea G. Stillman, who worked with Adams in the 1970s, has edited several books of his photographs and writings, including LETTERS AND IMAGES: 1916-1984, OUR NATIONAL PARKS, and ANSEL ADAMS IN COLOR.
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My favorite aspect of the book is the organization. It is organized, for the most part, chronologically. His photography career is broken into five main categories that are defined by the main subjects of his photographs, influences, & associations. There is a page of text to introduce each category. Because of this organization, it is easy to see his progress & his artistic deviations. Readers see him learning from the first photograph to the last.
Another cool thing is each photograph has the location of where it was taken. My bookmark is a piece of paper & a pencil so I can write down the places I want to go to someday.
I could not recommend this book highly enough.
you look through the book, the pictures tell more stories. My friend's Mother said -- after looking
through the photographs, "Gee, your friend must really like you." Looking through Ansel Adams photographs
opens the world through his pictures. Even my friend's cranky Mom calmed down . . . for a while.
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