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Source:  PetaPixel

Want to be inspired by great American photographer Ansel Adams? Here’s a fantastic 80-minute documentary film that PBS aired back in 2002. “Ansel Adams: A Documentary Film,” is an in-depth study of Adams’ life and work.

The documentary was co-produced by the Sierra Club — Adams served on its environmental organization’s board for nearly 40 years — and was watched by five million people when it originally aired on the 100th anniversary of Adams’ birth.

Watch the documentary below and read the story at PetaPixel. 

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