Ansel Adams in Color.

Photographs and Writings by Ansel Adams. Edited by Harry M. Callahan. Introduction by James L. Enyeart.
Bulfinch Press, Boston, 1993. 132 pp., 62 color illustrations, 10x11".

"Ansel Adams began to photograph in color shortly after Kodachrome was invented in the mid-1930s. But except for work done on assignment, most of his color images were never before published or exhibited. As Adams remarked late in his life after observing the advances in color printing technology, "People are skeptical about my thoughts on color. I do not blame them, as I have protested it and not shown my color pictures. I feel the urge now and wish I were sixty years younger!" Now, the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust, with the editorial advice of master photographer Harry Callahan, has at last collected the best of Adam's color work."--the publisher.

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