Making A Photographer: The Early Work Of Ansel Adams
MAKING A PHOTOGRAPHER: THE EARLY WORK OF ANSEL ADAMS is an engaging new book dedicated to the beginnings of the famous photographer’s career. Author Rebecca A. Senf traces the first three decades of Adams’ photographic practice, from an album made during his childhood to his Guggenheim-supported National Parks photography of the 1940s. The beautifully illustrated monograph draws on extensive archival research, highlighting Adams’ persistence in forging a career path while sharpening his image making skills.
Available at the Portland Art Museum
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