The impact of the photographer on wilderness appreciation: A case study of Ansel Adams
AuthorHaip, Renee Ann, 1962-
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe life of Ansel Adams is presented as a case study of the photographer's impact on wilderness appreciation. Adams' impacts through his involvement with the Sierra Club, as well as his impacts as an individual, are discussed. Adams' effectiveness in promoting wilderness appreciation is assessed, and implications for contemporary landscape photographers are drawn.