Monday, April 6, 2009

Digitizing Ansel

Great video by SilberStudios.Tv explaining how Ansel Adams' grandson, Matthew Adams, wants to move his grandfather's photography into the 20th century. He recognizes that there is a large market of people who love Adam's photography, but can't afford the steep cost for a print. To solve this problem, the Ansel Adams Gallery plans to start selling high-end digital prints of Adams' work and says the quality is virtually indistinguishable from the originals.

To view the current offerings in the Archival Replica collection, please and they are a steal at only $129 per print.

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