Ansel Adams Old Faithful
Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park,
Adams began writing “how to” books on photography in the mid-1930s, but he is best-known for his series of technical books, including Camera and Lens, The Negative, The Print, and Natural Light Photography. In one of his later books, he uses an image of a Yellowstone geyser as an example of a particularly challenging subject that defies light-meter readings and tests a photographer’s ability to “visualize” in advance something so inherently fleeting and unpredictable. Adams’s striking images of Old Faithful were the last national park pictures he made before the country’s entry into World War II caused the Department of
Interior to discontinue funding the project.
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