The Definitive Light

<img src="" alt="Ansel Adams' Noon Clouds, Glacier NP, 1942" align="left" border = "0" hspace = "7">Just came out of the <a href="" target="_blank">Center for Creative Photography</a> where they had an <a href="" target="_blank">Ansel Adams</a> exhibition. He is perhaps the most well-known of all photographers, even to the point where his photos seem to have a commercial feel to them.
In the dead silence of the museum, it is not hard to look into Adams' soul and the the emotion of his art. One of the comments on the wall that caught my eye was that Adams knew that light was a main ingredient in photographs, and he sought the definitive light – light that was revealing and profound.
How true in life, as it is reflected in art.
<span class = "byline">Image &copy Ansel Adams.</span>
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