Ansel Adams :: Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite Valley (no date). Originally published in 1960 in a portfolio of 16 prints. Used Cameras Ansel Adams is a black and white photographer, best known for his landscapes and development of the Zone system
Fiat Lux West from the Big â€œCâ€ (Late PM into Sun), April 1965 Photo: Ansel Adams, Bancroft Library
(Born on February 20, 1902.) “I would never apologize for photographing rocks. Rocks can be very beautiful…” When photographer Ansel Adams looked through his camera lens, he saw more than rocks, trees, and rivers. He saw art. Hues of wildness surfaced in this great American photographer's stunning black-and-white prints. Yosemite National Park was Adams' chief source of inspiration.