I have always liked photography and have been to many exhibitions, with B&W photographs being my favourites. Ansel Adams is one photographer in whom I have always been interested. From a tweet, I was put onto the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art‘s recent exhibition of works by Ansel Adams.
You can still see some the great Ansel Adams content on the museum’s website, just look for Ansel Adams at 100. This is an interactive exploration of the work by Adams’s. You can click on any image in the display to learn about the processes he used in capturing the image and sharing the image with the world. There are also a number of instances that you can hear audio recordings of Adams talking about a particular photograph.
For an added bonus on the site are the eight short videos (7 with Ansel Adams himself talking about his work.)
For anyone interested in photography, especially teaching it, this make a great resource.