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November 19th, 2013

Courting Luck, Part 2: Adapting Your Composition to the Conditions

Posted By Michael Frye
Half Dome and the Merced River, late afternoon, autumn, Yosemite NP, CA, USA
Is it better to be active or static? To change your location and composition to suit the light, or hope that the light changes to suit your composition? There’s this persistent myth that Ansel Adams would camp for days at one spot, waiting for the right light. Ironically, this myth is often repeated in relation … 
July 28th, 2010

Ansel Adams – Living Again?

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Ansel Inspired Aspens by Jay Goodrich
The act of creation is what keeps an artist going, regardless of the economy, the time of day, or the season for that matter. There are very few artists that are successful from one painting or one photograph, most successful artists are those who kept creating over the course of their lives–a portfolio amassed over …