Photos - Fotos: Ansel Adams - Part 1 - Kings Canyon National Park - Bio Data - Biografía - 26 Photos

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An Unnamed peak, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
Bishop Pass, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Boaring River, Kings Region, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
Center Peak, Center Basin, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Clouds - White Pass. Kings Canyon circa 1930s
 
Coloseum Mountain, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Fin Dome, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
From Windy Point, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
From Windy Point, Middle Fork, Kings River. Kings Canyon circa 1930s
 
Grand Sentinel, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936 (2)
 
Junction Peak, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
Kearsage Pinnacles, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Middle Fork at Kings River from South Fork of Cartridge Creek, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936. (vertical orientation), ca. 1936
 
Mt. Brewer, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Mt. Winchell, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936. (vertical orientation), ca. 1936
 
North Dome, Kings River Canyon, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
North Palisade, Sierra Nevada, California, USA from Windy Point (Kings Canyon National Park).1936
 
North Palisades from Windy Point, vertical. Kings Canyon circa 1930s
 
Owens Valley from Sawmill Pass, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
Paradise Valley, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936
 
Peak above Woody Lake, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Peak near Rac Lake, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Pinchot Pass, Mt. Wynne, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936
 
Rae Lake. Kings Canyon circa 1930s
 
Rock and Cloud, Kings River Canyon (Proposed as a national park), California, 1936., ca. 1936



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Ansel Easton Adams (20 de febrero de 1902 - 22 de abril de 1984) fotógrafo estadounidense, nacido en San Francisco, desarrollador del sistema de zonas.
Fotografía por Ansel Adams - Trabajadores frente al Monte Williamson.

    Espero ansioso nuevos procesos y nuevos desarrollos. Creo que la imagen electrónica será el próximo gran avance. Estos sistemas tendrán características estructurales ineludibles, y tanto los artistas como los técnicos deberán hacer un renovado esfuerzo para comprenderlos y controlarlos.
    Ansel Adams.

Conocido por sus fotografías en blanco y negro de paisajes del parque nacional Yosemite en Estados Unidos (entre otros paisajes) y como autor de numerosos libros sobre fotografía como su trilogía de manuales de instrucción técnica (La Cámara, El Negativo y La Copia). Fundó la asociación fotográfica Grupo f/64 junto con otros maestros como Edward Weston, Willard Van Dyke, Imogen Cunningham y otros.

Su sistema de zonas es una demostración de cómo la cámara o el fotómetro (o exposímetro) de la misma mide el gris medio de 18% de reflectancia como zona media. El fotógrafo debe aumentar la exposición (o disminuirla) dependiendo de cuántos pasos de gris quiera fijar como punto de medición. El fotómetro de cualquier cámara, incluso digital, siempre "quiere" ver la zona medida como un gris medio.

Más en: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansel_Adams

 Ansel Adams - and camera

 Ansel Easton Adams (February 20, 1902 – April 22, 1984) was an American photographer and environmentalist. His black-and-white landscape photographs of the American West, especially Yosemite National Park, have been widely reproduced on calendars, posters, and books.[1]

With Fred Archer, Adams developed the Zone System as a way to determine proper exposure and adjust the contrast of the final print. The resulting clarity and depth characterized his photographs. Adams primarily used large-format cameras because their high resolution helped ensure sharpness in his images.

Adams founded the photography Group f/64 along with fellow photographers Willard Van Dyke and Edward Weston.

More in: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansel_Adams
 
Photos - Fotos: Ansel Adams - Part 1 - Kings Canyon National Park - Bio Data - Biografía - 26 Photos



 


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