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Ansel Adams As An Environmental Activist
1,033 wordsAnsel Adams photographer and artist Until the 19th century most artwork was created in a two or three-dimensional media. In England, William Fox discovered a technique that allowed camera images to be captured on paper. This medium has evolved since Fox's discovery in 1839 to a serious and viable form of art today. Photography allows the artist to capture what he sees. The image produced is reality to the artists eye, it can only be manipulated with light and angles. The photograph is a very pow...
Short Lived Ansel Adams Gallery For Photography
1,102 wordsFebruary 20, 1902, a photographer was born. Born and raised in San Francisco, California, Ansel Easton Adams was the only child of New England parents, Charles Hitchcock and Olive Adams. Adams' father was a businessman, whose company included an insurance agency and chemical plant. Ansel took an interest in music at an early age. He self ly taught himself how to play the piano, and he enjoyed being around the surroundings of nature. Ansel attended both public and private school. At home his fath...
522 wordsAnsel Adams Ansel Adams was born in San Francisco, California and his very early interests were more in music and other things than in photography. He hoped to one day become a professional of some sort in this venue. Adams, known for his great pictures of the western side of the United States, first took pictures in Yosemite National Park in 1916. This experience was so touching to Adams, he took it as a life long view of inspiration. Every summer he returned to Yosemite National Park to take m...
Ansel's Work From Other Photographers Work
1,447 wordsAnsel Easton Adams, born in 1902 in San Francisco, USA, to Charles and Olive Adams. At the age of twelve, it was obvious that school is not the place for Ansel, the confinement imposed by the classroom and teachers, was a lot more than he could stand, you can say that it was above his threshold. This caused him to deliberately burst in laughter repeatedly in the classroom in an attempt to perhaps undermine the authority that teachers have in the classroom. The repetition of these bursts of laugh...
Careers 50 60 Years Before Adams
399 wordsAnsel Adams had a distinct style that truly defined photography as an art, rather than just nice photographs. However, some chose to criticize him rather than call him in artist. As Cartier Bresson wrote in 1952, Landscape in itself was not considered worthy as a subject for photography, but now in this crisis with the world maybe going to pieces-to photograph a landscape! Adams was also criticized for the lack of humanity, or any other kind of life for that matter, in his published photographs,...
1,266 wordsAnsel Adams Ansel Adams A rugged man stands on top of a mountain. The year is 1945. Strapped on his back are tripods, sleeping bags, a tent, and a couple of large view cameras. He has been traveling for days without seeing another person. His old dusty station wagon is parked miles away. He climbs the smooth slippery rocks using some frail rope tied together, not the usual climbing gear. On his left is a mountain range with snow caps, and on his right is a waterfall that turns into a roaring riv...
1985 Mount Ansel Adams
1,167 wordsAnsel Eastern Adams was born in San Francisco in 1902, the only child of Charles and Olive Adams. He grew up in a house overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and had a strong appreciation for beauty. Charles and Olive Adams gave their son freedom to grow and become whatever his intellect and talents would allow him to be. By 1908 Adams was an enormously curious and gifted child. At twelve, unable to stand the confinement of the classroom, his father decided his formal education was best ended. From...
Ansel Adams Center In San Francisco
888 wordsAnsel Easton Adams Born in San Francisco, Adams manifested an early interest in music and the piano, an interest which he initially hoped to develop into a professional career. In 1916 he took his first photographs of the Yosemite Valley, an experience of such intensity that he was to view it as a lifelong inspiration. He studied photography with a photo finisher, producing early work influenced by the then prevalent pictorial ist style. Each summer he returned to Yosemite where he developed an ...
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