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Adams Ansel

This photographer´s meticulously crafted large-format photographic landscapes of the American West. Especially of the nation´s great National Parks – awakend in many Americans both a love for the phothographic art and the wild beauty of the continent´s natural environment.

Adams_Ansel_great_photographerAnsel Easton Adams (* 20. Februar 1902 in San Francisco, Kalifornien; † 22. April 1984 in Carmel-by-the-Sea, Kalifornien) war ein US-amerikanischer Fotograf, Autor und Lehrer der künstlerischen Fotografie. Er wurde vor allem bekannt durch seine eindrucksvollen Landschafts- und Naturfotografien aus den Nationalparks, National Monuments und den Wilderness Areas im Westen der Vereinigten Staaten, für deren Erhalt er sich zeitlebens aktiv einsetzte.

Als Mitbegründer der Gruppe f/64 zählt er zu den Pionieren der straight photography und gilt als einer der bedeutendsten amerikanischen Fotografen. Adams verfasste zahlreiche Lehrbücher zu Theorie und Praxis der Fototechnik. Das von ihm zeitgleich mit Fred Archer formulierte Zonensystem wurde wegweisend für die künstlerische Schwarzweißfotografie.

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Abigail Adams (1774-1818)

Abigail Adams was married to John Adams on October 25, 1764, Abigail advised her husband, supported the Revolution of which he was prime architect, and took on the solo management of the family farm and Adam´s business affairs, not only preserving but increasing the family fortune. As her husband began work with Jefferson on the Decleration of Independence, Abigail asked him to „remember the ladies and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors.“

A who´s who of the personalities, past and present, who have made America what it is today. This is a book recommendation by Sitwell Gernot-M. Steifensand in Germany / Bavaria / Wendelstein. History as a succession of events is at most only half-history. The rest is all about the people behind the events.

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Abigail Adams Biography

Who was Abigail Adams?

Abigail Adams was the wife of second president John Adams and mother of the sixth president, John Quincy Adams. She is mostly remembered for the letters she wrote to her husband while he was away during the Continental Congress and while he served as adiplomat in Europe. The letters were filled with discussions and advice on government matters, she played an important role in her husband’s success as a young lawyer and apolitician.

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