“Ansel Adams: A Legacy” Week

If you’re in the Missoula area anytime during the next few months, you may want to check out an exciting new exhibit opening this week at the Missoula Art Museum.  “Ansel Adams: A Legacy” is a selection of over 130 prints from a private collection that will be publicly displayed for the first time ever.  Our very own Neil Chaput de Saintonge studied with the master and will be giving a lecture on his experience called, Ansel Adams: Making a Good Photograph, to take place at the museum on October 26, 2011 from 7 – 9 p.m. Mountain Time.

RMSP is a proud sponsor of the exhibit and of the supporting lectures series surrounding it. In celebration of this fabulous exhibit, we will be adding relevant posts about Mr. Ansel Adams to our blog all this week.

First up is a re-post of Page Orb Pedde’s insightful article entitled Ansel’s Yosemite based upon his love affair with Yosemite National Park. Be sure to visit the included links Page references that provide valuable insight into this amazing American photographic pioneer. Enjoy!

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