The Art of Photography is the premiere video podcast on iTunes about everything photography related. Episodes are released 3 times a week! Every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday you can check out the latest photography shows. Ted Forbes produces episodes on diverse topics such as techniques, composition, philosophy, craft, digital photography, film, darkroom techniques and more. If you are a photographer, this is the show for you. Past episodes and additional content can be found on our website: http://theartofphotography.tv
January 4th, 2015
Episode 59 of 330 episodes
In this video I'm going to talk about the work of Ansel Adams. Ansel is one of the most successful photographers of all time. He is largely responsible for starting the "California School" of photographers along with Imogen Cunningham and Edward Weston. Their Group f/64 rejected the Pictorialism styles of the day in favor of "pure" or "straight photography" His most notable subjects were landscapes, particularly those of Yosemite National Park. Ansel developed printing techniques that yielded beautiful prints with an emphasis on tonality and sharpness. Along with Fred Archer, the two developed what we know today as the Zone System. The Zone System is a formalized process for black and white printing. It divides the picture into measured zone densities allowing the photographer to control the exposure in camera, negative processing and the final print. http://theartofphotography.tv/episodes/ansel-adams http://twitter.com/tedforbes http://www.pinterest.com/tedforbes/ansel-adams/ ================== This show is sponsored by Lynda.com Learn what you want, when you want with access to thousands of downloadable, easy to follow video tutorials including many about photography. For a free, 7-day unlimited access trial, visit http://lynda.com/aop
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