ansel adams "rose and drift wood"

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Adams then remembered he had this old weathered piece of wave-worn driftwood he found at a nearby beach. After finding his background, Adams knew just where to place his scene so as to achieve adequate light. Providing beautiful illumination, the north-light window in Adams' house would be perfect for the translucent petals of the rose...
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Adams took this picture using a 4X5-inch view camera and an 8-inch Zeiss Kodak Anastigmat lens. He also used Kodak film of a speed of ASA 50. He made 6 different exposures using different settings and bracketing. Adams came out with one successful image. He exposed the film for 5 seconds at f/45 to come out with the perfect negative...
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