Small Woods Where I Met Myself: Jerry Uelsmann's departure from straight photography

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In the article I investigate the differences between Ansel Adams' and Jerry Uelsmann's use of nature in their respective photography. Through their attitudes, approaches to, and involvement with nature their different relations to the photographic medium and the creative process unfold. Uelsmann's departure from the straight photographic tradition - that Ansel Adams came to symbolize - is in the article explained through an analysis of Uelsmann's and Adams' use of nature in their respective art making.

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  • Visual Arts

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Original languageSwedish
Title of host publicationBild och natur
Subtitle of host publicationTio konstvetenskapliga betraktelser
EditorsPeter Bengtsen, Max Liljefors, Moa Petersén
Place of PublicationLund
PublisherLund Studies in Arts and Cultural Sciences
Pages41-65
ISBN (Print)978-91-983690-4-5
Publication statusPublished - 2018 Mar 19
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedYes

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NameLund Studies in Art and Cultural Sciences
Volume16
ISSN (Print)2001-7529
ISSN (Electronic)2001-7510

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