I've just returned from a trip up to San Francisco to visit an exhibition at 
the de Young Museum entitled "Ansel Adams in Our Time" (courtesy of the Lane 
Collection at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts).

It was great to be able to see original prints made by Adams himself (and even 
to watch a short video of him explaining his process for setting the exposure, 
and for creating the actual print).

Personally I was not particularly impressed by most of the other photographs by 
other photographers included in the exhibits - they mostly served to confirm my 
opinion that very few photographers come anywhere close to Ansel Adams.  But it 
was still well worth the trip, and I came home with a new book to study 
entitled "Ansel Adams - 400 Photographs".
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