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    Ansel Adams at the DIA

    The Detroit Institute of Arts will have an Ansel Adams exhibit
    from March 4 - May 27, 2007.

    More info at this link
    The Detroit Institute of Arts

    Jerry

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    Jerry,

    Let's go. I'm a member and already have tickets.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by billschwab View Post
    Jerry,

    Let's go. I'm a member and already have tickets.

    Bill
    Bill,
    I'm in.

    Jerry

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    Has anyone seen the Ansel Adams exhibit at the Bellagio in Las Vegas?

    I get to go there on business next week. I hope to catch a peek.

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    I'm going.

    You guys mind if I tag alongwith you? My SO and I get to the DIA at least a couple times a month for movies, I'm sometimes a member and I think she always is.

    In either case, I'm going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougGrosjean View Post
    I'm going.

    You guys mind if I tag along with you?
    Sounds good Doug. We'll turn it into an outing. More as it nears.

    Bill

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    On rare days, where I live feels far, far away from anywhere else

    The rest of the time, I'm in my happy place

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    Hi All,

    It's March 3rd, Saturday. Show opens tomorrow. I won't be going tomorrow, but *will* be going next w/e sometime.

    Anybody else? Will be my g/f and me, she enjoys art & photography also.

    Doug Grosjean
    Pemberville, Ohio (weekdays)
    Dearborn Michigan (weekends)

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    I saw a preview of the show yesterday and was impressed. Much older and less celebrated work. A very nicely done exhibit. I couldn't help but think how far landscape work has come over the years. Enjoy.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by billschwab View Post
    I saw a preview of the show yesterday and was impressed. Much older and less celebrated work. A very nicely done exhibit. I couldn't help but think how far landscape work has come over the years. Enjoy.

    Bill
    Bill,

    Reads like a very interesting topic. Could you and others with that knowledge talk a bit about the changes from your perspective?

    I listened with great interest to Alan Ross talk last summer at the View Camera conference about continuing the AA prints and how Ansel never made a straight print. Of course no one makes a completely straight print. It is modified by exposure time, filter, dodge & burn, paper selection, etc.. He went on to show us the variety of techniques used by AA and then more recent digital (may lightning not strike) manipulation.


    Thanks,

    John Powers

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