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Ansel Adams traveled to the Southwest to photograph with his son Michael, and captured famous images like “Moonrise Hernandez” while also visiting Georgia O'keeffe's land in Northern New Mexico.
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The story of the making of the photograph Moonrise, Hernandez , New Mexico is legendary. Ansel's description in Examples: The Making of Forty Photographs is oft repeated, and quite dramatic. We have brought together several vignettes that put a little more perspective on what let up to the dramatic moment on a lonely highway at 4:05 PM (local time), October 31, 1941.
0 0 Guest Author http://www.anseladams.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Ansel-Adams-Gallery-Logo-1.png Guest Author2015-06-22 10:19:452022-05-02 09:31:00Vintage Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico Now Available Through The Ansel Adams Gallery
Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico is an image that Ansel recognized as important from the moment he first made it. He even wanted to make a duplicate exposure, but in the 20 seconds it took to insert the negative slide, pull the carrier, flip it over and reinsert it into the camera, pull the slide and cock the shutter, the light was gone. It was that close from never happening