About this title: Working with a cumbersome eight-by-ten field camera, Ansel Adams (1902-1984) created some of the most dramatic and influential photographs ever made of the American West. His work conveyed a vision of an idealized America that helped inspire the wilderness conservation movement. This first full biography of Adams provides a critical analysis of his life's work. 50 photos.
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