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Ansel Adams in Color

Ansel Adams in Color

ansel2In Joshua Tree National Park © Ansel Adams/The Trustees of the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust/Courtesy of Little, Brown and Company

America’s preeminent landscape photographer known primarily for his stunning large-format black and white images, Ansel Adams explored color photography shortly after the invention of Kodachrome film in the mid-1930s. From nearly 3,500 images made, only a small fraction were used in the first edition of Ansel Adams in Color originally published in 1993. The newly revised and expanded edition published this year by Little, Brown and Company includes 20 unpublished photographs.

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  1. Alltough Ansel Adams is a personal hero of mine I really have to say that I so much more prefer b/w with him. Don´t get me wrong these are great… but thay are not one-of-a-kind like the more better known works.

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