I may have innocently and unknowingly engaged in that process by taking many
photos in Yosemite that sort of, or to some degree, mimic, or pay homage to,
one or more of Adam’s images.
It is hard to take any photo of the entire Valley from what is now Tunnel View
without making a version of his iconic view from that place with the storm
But we all keep trying. I have dozens.
On Jan 18, 2019, at 2:50 AM, Peter Stevens (Redacted sender "fritzj3" for
DMARC) <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Wow. Thanks Bill for the link. An interesting article, but what caught my
attention was the reference to New Topographic Photographic Survey; which
produced among other things, Second View: The Rephotographic Survey Project,
which rephotographed the works of well-known nineteenth-century photographers
of the West.
I’ve never heard of that group of photographers or their work. Some quick
searching reveals that most of their work, if not all, was here in the US;
and that the lead photographer, Mark Klett, has produced a third collection
updating his earlier work.
Does anyone, here on the list, know of, or has participated in, any similar
re-photographic projects in Canada, France, or elsewhere? It's a fascinating
concept - to create similar, if not exact, views from over a large span of
Thanks again, Bill, for opening up a new door for me. :)
On Jan 17, 2019, at 9:33 PM, Bill Abbott 3 <captbilly3@xxxxxxxxx
This article about Ansel Adams may be of interest to you.
Bill in storm tossed California