South Australian Living Arts Festival 2019
f/64 Landscape Photography in the Digital Age
‘Group f/64’ were landscape photographers formed by Ansel Adams in the thirties. The term f/64 carried some meaning. It meant large format cameras and implied disciplined photography on a tripod. Photographs taken by the f64 group reflected outcomes of exhaustive location research and disciplined technique. The extreme contrast of light in the landscape required careful control of tonal range and darkroom technique. Ron Langman pays homage to this group in an exhibition of monochrome landscapes.
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