Ansel Adams in Color.
By Ansel Adams, Andrea G. Stillman, John P. Schaefer. Edited by Andrea G. Stillman, John P. Schaefer.
Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 2009. 168 pp., 72 four-color illustrations, 10x8".
Long Revered as America's preeminent landscape photographer known for his luminous black-and-white prints, Ansel Adams began to photograph in color soon after Kodachrome folm was invented in the mid 1930s. Adams made nearly 3,500 color photographs, only a small number of which have even been published.
Ansel Adams in Color, the first and only book of Adams' color work, came out in 1993 and has sold over 100,000 copies. This newly revised and expanded edition includes fifteen previously unpublished photographs, selected from the Adams archive by John P. Schaefer and Andrea G. Stillman, both of whom collaborated with master photographer Harry Callahan on the original selection. New digital scanning and printing technologies mean that the book now offers a more faithful representation of Adams' color photography. With an appealing modern design by Lance Hidy, this edition promises to become a classic in its own right.
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