Photo Days

Where Photographs, Journalism, & a Smidge of Art Meet.

Ansel Adams
In Adams’s photographs the West is an abstract notion more appropriately understood in its transformation as photograph than in its actuality. Expression is more important than reality, idea more important than fact, the print more important than its subject. For it is only in the print that such magnificence can be unfailingly orchestrated.
  • 26 January 2012
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