Annenberg Lecture

Annenberg Space for Photography
Iris Nights Lectures

Ansel Adams Would Have Loved Photoshop

Thursday, March 29th, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

An hour lecture based on photographic history illustrating that analog photography, from its inception, has always been a modulated medium from capture to print. Digital imaging conversely, represents a paradigm shift as a new art form with new capabilities and artistic possibilities. As such the two arts forms are complementary and not aesthetically competitive.

 

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