Replying to comment by K. Praslowicz on My Favorite Ansel Adams Photograph.

K. Praslowicz

The LA photos were new to me. Interesting though anytime I come across his work which wasn’t landscapes.

The first time I’ve ever seen an Ansel Adam’s print was in 2002 when the Lirary of Congress had some of the stuff he shot of the Japanese internment camps during World War II. A lot of those images can be found at http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/anseladams/index.html. I tend to like them more than any of his landscape works. But I’m also bias towards the human interest photo. 😀

I also find it interesting that each one come accompanied with a straight scan of his negative, and the print he made from it.

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