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Conservationist, Photographer...Visionary

A commercial photographer for 30 years and perhaps the most important landscape photographer of the 20th century, Ansel Adams could be the most widely known and beloved photographer in the history of the United States. Born in San Francisco, Adams's most important work was devoted to the country's remaining fragments of untouched wilderness, especially in national parks and other protected areas of the American West. He was also a vigorous and outspoken leader of the conservation movement. The popularity of his work has only increased since his death in 1984.

Adams won three Guggenheim grants to photograph the national parks from 1944–58. Founding the f/64 group, he developed zone exposure to get maximum tonal range from black-and-white film. He served on the Sierra Club Board from 1934–71

AllPosters.com is very pleased to introduce the Ansel Adams Collection. Our superb reproductions of Ansel Adams' original photographs are available in a variety of sizes and formats to fit your specific needs and style. We offer high-quality reproductions that look great in any setting.

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