Ansel Adams is a legendary American environmentalist and photographer, famed for his black and white images of the American West, primarily Yosemite National Park.
He was also an innovator on the technical side, developing the zone system - a method of calculating the perfect exposure of a photograph. The resulting clarity and depth were characteristic of his photographs but required extremely large and heavy cameras.
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