Ansel Adams: A Documentary Film

Ansel Adams’s work was part of an extraordinary revolution in photography that sought to capture what he called “the continuous beauty of things that are”: the landscape of North America. More than any other artist of the twentieth century, Adams helped transform the meaning of wilderness in America; his greatest images of the American West changed forever what Americans thought about their own land.

Directed by Ric Burns

Presented by The Knowledge Network

All films presented by the Knowledge Network will be broadcast on television in British Columbia and will be available for streaming online for thirty days after airing at


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