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How Ansel Adams chose the work for his famous “The Range of Light” book

Ansel Adams’ book, Yosemite and the Range of Light, is one of those must-reads of photography. Especially if you’re a landscape shooter. It’s full of amazing imagery that’s inspired countless other photographers since it was first published in 1979. But how did he decide exactly which images went into its creation? In the latest video of [...] The post How Ansel Adams chose the work for his famous “The Range of Light” book appeared first on DIY Photography.
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