What could be more appropriate for the National Maritime Museum than to exhibit photographs of water in all its forms? And these aren’t just any photographs. This English museum has brought together 100 pictures by one of the undisputed masters of landscape photography: Ansel Adams (1902-1984). An ecologist and self-taught pianist, Ansel Adams was above all a pioneer of photography. In the 1930s, with his friend Fred Archer, Adams invented the a technique called Zone System, which greatly improved an image’s depth and clarity.
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