His dream soon changed when he was taken on a family trip to Yosemite and experienced the intensity of photography.
B. By 1930 Adams had met Paul Strand who helped him develop his well known crisp photography. Adams self taught himself the zone system which helped him capture fresh pictures through developing a spectrum of 12 shades of black to white.
C. Adams along with Edward Wesson and Imogen Cunningham founded f64, a group that developed technically flawless pictures. He also assisted in finding the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Arts. As a photomuralist for the Department of Interior during World