February 25, 2010

Ansel Adams works in San José through Sunday

Photoshop tech writer Eric Floch points out that the SJ Museum of Art is hosting an Ansel Adams exhibition that runs through this Sunday. He & some other team members checked it out, and he writes:

The photographs on display are quite stunning. It’s mostly small-scale prints Adams made from the 1920s through the 1950s. You can see the full evolution Adams made from the soft-focus “Parmelian Prints” of the 20s through the sharper works to come out of the f/64 school to the “classic” cooler, high-contrast prints we’ve all seen on so many posters.

Check out the museum site (link above) for a video & more info.

Posted by John Nack at 2:54 PM on February 25, 2010

Comments

  • Jack Reznicki — 8:39 PM on February 25, 2010

    Gee John, I thought from the headline that the late Ansel was still taking photos.
    Old photographers never die, their prints just fade away.

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