A 1958 Documentary About the Life and Work of Photographer Ansel Adams
If you have a free 20 minutes, here’s a great 1958 documentary on the life and work of iconic landscape photographer Ansel Adams. Created while Adams was living at a house near the Golden Gate Bridge, the film provides a look into his home, interests, attitudes toward art, camera equipment, and photographic techniques.
Here’s the second ten minutes:
Aside from being an avid photographer, Adams was also a musician, environmentalist, mountaineer, writer, and teacher.