Ansel Adams – Landscapes – Greenwich maritime Museum – 21 June 2013

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Exhibitions and talks, Styles, Supporting Activities

Ansel Adams – Landscapes – Greenwich maritime Museum – 21 June 2013
This was an exhibition to look at isolation in Landscapes and helped start my journey on looking at style and the photographer.
I was initially struck by Ansel’s dedication to his craft and the fact that he invested so much time and money taking and producing his photographs. He would travel vast distances and then spend hours waiting for the right light and conditions before pressing the shutter. He would then go back to his dark room and then spend just as long creating the image and getting the range of tones that delivered high impact prints. He was a pioneer in both his photographic style and his printing techniques and free have come up to his mark.

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At a practical level, a good photograph is more about being in the right place at the right time and knowing what to take then the type of camera, skill and technique. My ambition is to show how anyone with a camera can produce great photographs when they visit London.

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