The original Amazing Photographer – Ansel Adams

June 17, 2010 at 10:26 pm 3 comments

Ansel Adams, Tetons and Snake River

Ansel Adams, Tetons and Snake River

As far as I’m concerned the original Amazing Photographer still is Ansel Adams. That HDR technique now makes millions of people into great photographers is maybe because Ansel Adams one day decided to take those fascinating landscapes that seemed to have an extra dimension.

I was stunned when I saw Jean Michel Berts’ photography some years ago as it so reminded me of the work from Ansel Adams – I saw how HDR has become a great (and oft overused) tool for photography as well.

Well I wanted to pay homage to an amazing photographer with some amazing prints. This is Ansel Adams’ “Tetons and Snake River” print from 1942! Can you believe that – 1942 and he was already making these types of high quality prints.

Well for more information on him I suggest the family owned site at http://www.anseladams.com/ which also has the above print for sale on this link: http://www.anseladams.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1958

Well enjoy a bit of love and beauty.

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  • 3. Ryan  |  February 17, 2015 at 2:53 am

    Believe it or not this image above is actually an HDR high dynamic range photo. The reason why Ansell Adams was able to extract hi detail was he would take multiple exposures and blend them in the darkroom. This image above is actually 3 to 5 blended images that he shot throughout the day. Pretty awesome that his HDR techniques although modified today still continue.

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