John Szarkowski was an influential photographer, curator, historian, and critic. From 1962 to 1991 Szarkowski was the Director of Photography at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
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“People don't think of landscapes as moving, but they do. The light changes, the clouds move, and that's what Adams' photography is really about -- about the fact that nature is not permanent.”
“I've always been better at photographing things I like than things I don't like,”
“When you look at a good Ansel Adams photograph, you think you know the temperature, the relative humidity, the month.”
“He photographed not so much geography as weather.”
“Mr. Anderson and Son,”
“I was very young and very stupid,”
“I was very young and very stupid. In the beginning it's mostly just the magic of the process. It's not easy. You don't learn overnight.”
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