Even Ansel Adams Had a Blind Spot
Andy Romanoff

While I applaud you highlighting some important work and work that I am also interested in, you have given the Reader’s Digest condensed version (yes I am that old) and have ignored both we might call historical imperatives, and actual written histories about photography. I sat in Beaumont Newhall’s classes, and you do him a disservice. It is in the nature of any community to make judgements, and we should welcome the process which tries to understand what may turn out to be “quality.” Photography did not/does not happen in a vacuum but as part of larger art-cultural dynamics.

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