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"Ansel Adams Tetons and Snake River is a fine art giclee reproduction of the iconic photography work of Ansel Adams. His sound captures of National Park's in America's West pay tribute to the raw beauty of the natural landscape, and shows his skills in using large format camera's. Adams took this photograph \"Tetons and Snake River,\" in 1942, in northwest Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park. PRODUCT VIDEO ⇒ https://bit.ly/347VSoV ABOUT ANSEL ADAMS: Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 - April 22, 1984) was a landscape photographer and environmentalist known for his black-and-white images of the American West. He helped found Group f/64, an association of photographers advocating \"pure\" photography which favored sharp focus and the use of the full tonal range of a photograph. He and Fred Archer developed an exacting system of image-making called the Zone System, a method of achieving a desired final print through a deeply technical understanding of how tonal range is recorded and developed in exposure, negative development, and printing. The resulting clarity and depth of such images characterized his photography. Adams was a life-long advocate for environmental conservation, and his photographic practice was deeply entwined with this advocacy. At age 12, he was given his first camera during his first visit to Yosemite National Park. He developed his early photographic work as a member of the Sierra Club. He was later contracted with the United States Department of the Interior to make photographs of national parks. For his work and his persistent advocacy, which helped expand the National Park system, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1980. Adams was a key advisor in establishing the photography department at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, an important landmark in securing photography's institutional legitimacy. He helped to stage that department's first photography exhibition, helped found the photography magazine Aperture, and co-founded the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. OUR GICLEE PRINTS: Your print(s) will be created using archival, fade-resistant, pigment inks, heavyweight, museum-quality paper and a 12-color process fine-art printer to ensure the most vivid, detailed and long-lasting print. To prevent fading, as with all prints, please never expose them to direct sunlight. To protect your investment, we recommend that you mat and frame your prints. SIZE INFO: This Ansel Adams Tetons and Snake River print is offered in the sizes from 4\" x 5\" through 40\" x 50\". I offer this print matted, framed, and READY-TO-HANG in two sizes, 16\" x 20\" and 11\" x 14\". You can choose whether you want your print on fine art paper or fine art canvas, matte or glossy during checkout. The frame is a minimalist black matte metal frame with a white mat, and non-glare glass glazing. BORDERS: Our fine art paper and rolled canvas prints are carefully positioned with an approximate 1/8\" white border on all sides for matting and framing adjustments. This may vary slightly based on the size of print you order and the size of the original image. If you would like a different size border, or need to know the exact border size, or a borderless print, just let me know in the \"Notes To Seller\" when you place your order. GALLERY WRAPPED CANVAS PRINTS READY TO HANG WHEN THEY ARRIVE: Our gallery wrapped canvas prints are a great solution if you want a finished print, ready to hang when it arrives on your doorstep. We stretch our high quality canvas over high quality basswood frames and use a mirrored edge that wraps around the 1 1/2\" sides of the frame. A mirrored edge is a \"mirror\" or repetition of the last 1 1/2\" of the image on all four sides that wraps around the sides of the frame. If you would prefer a different treatment for the sides of your gallery wrapped canvas print, we can use just about any color or pattern, just send me a color swatch when you place your order in the \"Notes to Seller\" field. We offer this print as a gallery wrapped canvas print in all of the sizes you see listed above. It's impossible to create a listing option with the correct pricing for large gallery wrapped canvas prints as the shipping costs vary greatly depending on the print size, weight, and the distance it must travel. Just let me know the size that interests you, along with your zip code and I'll get back to you quickly with the investment required. SHIPPING INFO: I ship the 8\" x 10\" through 16\" x 20\" sizes worldwide withing one day after receiving your payment. All other sizes are printed and shipped by one of our professional print partners in PA and the typical turnaround time is usually from 7-10 days. Your prints are protected with ample packaging and shipped in a rigid \"Do Not Bend\" mailer to ensure it arrives in the same condition as when it was shipped, and for larger sizes, we ship in a sturdy cardboard tube. Your print will arrive safely, or I will replace it. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE | REVIEWS FROM RECENT CUSTOMERS: \"Great care and detail was taken to get this delivered in perfect condition. Seller is very professional. Thank you!\" \"Fast shipping and very nice picture beautiful duplex! Thank you for your quick note accompanying the shipment.\" \"Five stars for a great etsy shop and owner! Reliable, fast, quality service!\" \"Steve is a professional in his field. Beautiful work, excellent customer service! Thank you!\" I promise to refund 100% of your money if you are not completely delighted with your purchase, for ANY reason, however, we do expect you to pay for shipping. Please feel free to message me with any questions you may have about this Ansel Adams Tetons and Snake River print. See All Of Our Vintage Photography Fine Art Prints Here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePreciousPast?ref=seller-platform-mcnav&section_id=23530896 Travel back to my shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePreciousPast?ref=search_shop_redirect"

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Ansel Adams (1902-1984)

Fotografía Adams, Ansel (San Francisco, 20 de febrero de 1902 - Monterrey, 22 de abril de 1984) Fotógrafo estadounidense, conoc...

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ANSEL ADAMS: „You don't take a photograph, you make it“

Ansel Adams (1902-1984) a very well know master of photography and arguably the most influential landscape photographer in American history. He was a lifelong conservationist who encouraged understanding of, and respect for, the natural environment. Born in a suburb of coastal San Francisco in 1902, Adams was the only

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Ansel Adams

Clearing Winter Storm, Yosemite National Park, California, 1944. Sequoia Gigantea Roots, Yosemite National Park, California, 1950. Redwoods, Bull Creek Flat, Northern California, 1960. Monolith, Th…

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Looking for Hitchcock and Ansel Adams in Bodega, Sonoma California

Bodega, California contains many landmarks from Alfred Hitchcock's film, the Birds. St. Teresa of Avila is a Catholic Church made famous by Ansel Adams.

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Ansel Adams - fotografía

Se imaginan poder comprar dos cajas llenas de placas de vidrio del padre de la fotografía americana Ansel Adam por solo 45 dólares. Pues es cierto. Un pintor de Fresno, llamado Rick Norsigian, encontró casualmente las placas, mientras andaba buscando una silla de barbero en una venta típicamente americana de muebles y trastos viejos en un garaje. Después de regatear el precio, logró que se lo rebajaran de 70 a 45 dólares, sin saber realmente lo que acababa de adquirir. Según la última tasación, el valor actual de las placas podría alcanzar los 200 millones de dólares. Según cuenta el propio Norsigian, las dos cajas contiene 65 placas de cristal de 6,5 x 8,5 pulgadas, unos 17 x 22 centímetros, y pertenecen a la etapa inicial del famoso fotógrafo, anterior al año 1937, un periodo muy poco documentado del Adams ya que un desgraciado incendio destruyó su laboratorio en donde guardaba más de 5.000 placas originales. Una de las opciones que se barajan es que estas placas se salvaron del incendio por ser las que utilizaba como muestras para sus clases de fotografía en Pasadena. Ansel Easton Adams nació el 20 de febrero de 1902 en San Francisco, California. Fue considerado fotógrafo y ecologista. Cuando Adams tan solo tenía 4 años, estuvo presente en el terremoto de San Francisco de 1906, donde sufrió una rotura de tabique nasal. Hijo único y creció en un ambiente Victoriano (social y conservador). Pese a ser inteligente, era muy tímido, lo que, unido a la dislexia que padecía, le causó ciertos problemas al intentar integrarse en la escuela. Ansel Adams luchó durante toda su vida por defender y proteger la naturaleza. Estudió piano durante varios años, lo que le dio disciplina y estructura. Se inició en la fotografía utilizando una cámara Kodak #1 Box Brownie que le dieron sus padres. Se unió a un club donde conoció a su esposa, Virginia Best, y se casaron en 1928, engendrando a 2 hijos. Adams desarrolló el famoso “sistema de zonas”, un método de medición y revelado que se utilizaba para dividir la graduación de luz de una escena en 11 zonas diferentes, del blanco al negro. Esto le permitía visualizar los diferentes niveles de gris en la fotografía final con gran precisión. Murió el 22 de abril de 1984, debido a un fallo en el corazón, posiblemente agravado por un cáncer pancreático.

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