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RED ROVER Ansel Adams felt closest to black and white photography, which can be manipulated to produce a wide range of bold, expressive tones, and he felt constricted by the rigidity of the color process.  (Photo of Mauna Kea from Mauna Loa, Hawaii, 1948 by Ansel Adams via Time Magazine)

RED ROVER Ansel Adams felt closest to black and white photography, which can be manipulated to produce a wide range of bold, expressive tones, and he felt constricted by the rigidity of the color process.  (Photo of Mauna Kea from Mauna Loa, Hawaii, 1948 by Ansel Adams via Time Magazine)