Ansel Adams was a passionate pianist and a well-known photographer known for his prominence in black and white photography. He was interested in playing the piano and became a self-taught pianist at a very early age. As a pianist, he earned to pursue his love for photography. He soon published his first photographs which were well-appreciated by the masses and this encouraged him to further nourish his interest in photography. He was inspired by the great photographer ‘Alfred Stieglitz’ and tried to enhance the reputation of photography as an art to the levels of paintings. He was appreciated for his innovative styles. In his first portfolio “Parmelian Prints of the High Sierras” he used his new style Korona view camera and was critically appreciated by the masses. His experimental and creative nature helped him rise up to great heights. He became the editor of ‘U.S. Camera’ which was a very renowned photo magazine and organized various successful photography shows. He even wrote articles for various photo magazines and even owned a photography gallery in San Francisco. This gallery witnessed his most notable photograph ‘Rose and Driftwood’. He also contributed significantly in creating awareness for forest preservation with the help of his photographs. Following is a collection of notable quotes and thoughts by Ansel Adams which you can apply in modern day photography and life. Go through the thoughts and quotes by Ansel Adams, and who knows it might just click!