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In this bestselling autobiography, completed shortly before his death in , Ansel Adams looks back at his legendary six-decade career as a conservationist, . Read "Ansel Adams A Biography" by Mary Street Alinder available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. First published in Read "Ansel Adams An Autobiography" by Ansel Adams available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. In this bestselling.
Ansel Adams. The Negative Kindle Edition. The Photographers Eye: A graphic Guide: Michael Freeman. Editorial Reviews About the Author Ansel Adams was the most honored American photographer of the twentieth century. Through the exhibition and publication of his work, his writings, and his leadership in the Sierra Club, Adams was also a prescient and highly effective voice in the fight to preserve America's remaining wilderness.
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Please try again later. Rajiv Chopra. Paperback Verified download. This book is a classic. On the face of it, you would question the relevance of the book in today's digital age. However, when I started to read the book, I marvelled at the beauty of the concepts that he outlined, and the clarity with which he explained them.
His understanding of the camera, it's principles, is masterly. His lessons, pithy as they are, on visualisation, are timeless. They are as valid today as when he wrote them, and will be valid tomorrow. The principles of the camera, lenses, depth of field, hyper focal distance etc are valid today as they were yesterday, and his handling of the subject is masterly For one, like me, who would like to experiment again with the old cameras, this book its invaluable A masterpiece.
A gem. Ansel Adams is no longer corporeally walking the earth, calculating exposures and producing photographic visions. But his legacy, his works and his writings live on.
And indeed, the Big A was a master of his craft and his written legacy still holds value even in the face of changing technology.
Digital cameras have remapped much regarding how photography is done and at Universities, wet photography has been almost entirely dropped from curriculums in favor of digital media technologies. The question might for some be, is what the Big A wrote, still applicable? Yes it is. First, wet photography has not been totally eliminated. It may be argued that there are certain photographic results which cannot be obtained by digital photography that the film camera was capable of.
But undoubtedly, obtaining a first hand and masterful knowledge of photography, digital or wet, and in particular what was done to conceive good end images, and technologically achieve those results as Ansel did, is applicable today.
It's just done differently. What does not yet exist, is a good masterful book, such as Ansel's, which goes into the detail and breadth to explain how to achieve those similar results with digital media.
To that end, I highly recommend Ansel Adams' book series as an intellectual stimulant which every photographer should digest wholly.
Afterwards, the digital means to achieving the same levels of image fidelity and adjustments, still based on the zone system, will be at least suggested.
Digital photographers exposed to Ansel's views on his craft will then find stimulus to fill in the blanks when attempting similar fidelity and adjustments with digitally obtained photographs.
Ansel Adams deserves a lot of credit for getting photography recognized as an art as well as technical advances in the field. Even though he worked with film mainly black and white , and large format cameras, the principles he discusses in this book "The Camera" as well as his other books are still relevant today and found in modern incarnations in digital cameras, Photoshop, and the like.
For anyone who is serious about photography and interested in understanding the underpinnings more deeply in order to take better photos rather than editing them into a better state afterwards, I recommend this book. I do however have to include the comment that Ansel Adams, while an artistic genius, was also very detail oriented and his writing, while enlightening, is sometimes dry and tedious.
Bigfish Top Contributor: Photography is my new found love for the past 4 years and I have always been impressed with Ansel's work. What I did realize about this book is, if your a digital photographer the perspective is a bit different. As I said Ansel is a genus, but his perspective is film and the thinking is just a bit different.
This is for those who want learn from A to Z and not miss things along the way. If you want a fundamental understanding of how the camera and lenses work, regardless of image capture technology, this is your book. This is the true student of photographys place to start. If you just bought, or are impatient to download, a DSLR and want to be competent quickly, this is not your book.
There are certainly books more focused on todays technology, telling you what you need to know, and only what you need to know, to use the latest cameras.
Such books would also explain the many shortcuts we have access to now that were not available with film.
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For many of us, that is not enough. It does not seem overly burdened by equipment of years past.
It does talk about things that can be done without the equipment limitations many of us didn't know we had. It gives you a working understanding of the camera that you could spend a lifetime exploring.
While a lot in this book may seem outdated at first, if you ever want to have any skill at photography and truly control your camera in manual mode everything in this book will be useful. Very in depth explanations of many of the most basic principals and concepts of photography.
This is not the DSLR for dummies book. This book really only works as part of the set of three though as they reference each other and build on concepts. It can be a bit dry at times as in dull and very technical he doesn't dumb things down very often and I would expect retention of the information would be a problem for someone starting from scratch in a single read through. It is a book that likes to explain "why" things in photography happen instead of just telling you that they happen, which is critical to really taking control of your exposures.
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If you love his photography, you will enjoy this book because it's more than just a biography as it includes insights into his creative process, Ansel Adams poured his soul into writing this book and after reading it I better appreciate his beautiful and awe inspiring photography.
Adams was a masterful photographer and a lifelong conservationist.
Born in , he grew up in San Francisco as an only child. By age 12 he loved playing piano and developed an interest in photography while also enjoying exploring the outdoors and taking long walks.
He left formal schooling after grade eight. Although he spent a large part of his career in commercial photography, he is popular for his landscape photography. In the s Adams was spending a lot of time in the Sierra Nevada, hiking, exploring, and taking photographs, where he befriended leaders of the Sierra Club and became involved with the conservation movement.
During his time at Yosemite, he met his future wife Virginia and they were married in and had two children. In the early years of marriage he juggled two professions, music and photography and talks at length about his decision to pursue his photography career.
Besides spending a majority of his time out West, he also includes stories of time spent in New York City and the east coast. He led an interesting life.
This page oversize book 9"x10" , is an easy read filled with glossy black and white photos with every turn of the page. If you love his photography, you'll want to have a copy of this book in your library. Hardcover Verified download. As powerful as I'm sure the original photos were, they just don't translate in a book They are just pictures and not very well processed ones at that.
I don't think Ancel would have been very happy with it. Altho I don't know what his alternatives might have been? Larger pages and glossier printing? One person found this helpful. In this wonderful book we see seven great portfolio works of a lens crafter extraordinaire.
In looking at the selected photos of each of these portfolios one wonders at the genius of Ansel Adams. Obviously Adams possesses the technical ability to compose and shoot a good picture. The question remains, how is it that Adams can depict an impressionistic blur in black and white which resembles the art prevalent in the late 19th century by the school of Impressionistic painters. To further complicate the description of Adams work, while he shows the hint of a blur, his pictures are absolutely clear.
His use of light along with mirrored reflections are his absolute trademarks. Also his use of capturing the different textures of subjects in his pictures are remarkable. In looking through these magnificent works of Adams, we see the grandeur of our National Parks which were essentially created by President Theodore Roosevelt with the passage of the "Antiquities Act" during the beginning of the 20th century.
In retrospect it's a shame that Roosevelt never witnessed the portfolios of Ansel Adams. Looking at the entire works in these portfolios we see that Adams has concentrated his oeuvre of work mostly to the Western sections of the USA. I find some of his work due East as being worthy of further Adams attention, which of course never happened. In studying, analyzing and perusing these portfolios, I find myself presented different textures and subjects presented to my field of vision which are different each and every time I see these presentations.
These pictures are a joy to our sense of sight. They are works of art to be treasured.
Ansel Adams has brought forth the ultimate art form of photography. How can anyone rate this book less than 5 Stars? Kindle Edition Verified download. Perhaps the greatest landscape photographer of all time. He was a master of the darkroom, and by al accounts, an ordinary joe who cared deeply about his art. I would have liked to have met him. Anyone interested in outdoor photography will find this book interesting. See all 85 reviews. site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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The spectrum of Adams' admirers has extended from the great Altred who gave the impression that he abhorred the popular, to successful advertising executives, who are thought to live in terror ot the esoteric. Back to top. Ansel Adams. As with any artist, his intuitions are finally no better than his prowess.
Such books would also explain the many shortcuts we have access to now that were not available with film. If you just bought, or are impatient to download, a DSLR and want to be competent quickly, this is not your book.
If a sensitive awareness of the natural world with experience spirit w That latter decision may later been really be regretted, but most artists seldom really regret; good, they have been remarkably fecund. Nevertheless, we are primarily memory of what to define the reasons for thankful to it was Adams like to our own gratitude, and because the best of his pictures I think stir our be alone in an untouched world.
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