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John Sexton is generally seen as a landscape photographer in the establish black and white tradition of Ansel Adams and other American landscapes photographers.
John Sexton
John Sexton is generally seen as a landscape photographer in the establish black and white tradition of Ansel Adams and other American landscapes photographers.
With famous images of flowers, reflections of trees in an Aspen river and, of course, Yosemite; John Sexton is a modern-day Ansel Adams.
John Sexton was born in 1953, and resides in Carmel Valley, California. Respected as a photographer, master printmaker, author, and workshop instructor, he is best known for his luminous, quiet, black and white photographs of the natural environment.
Johnís most recent book is Recollections: Three Decades of Photographs, a retrospective volume, published in October 2006 by Ventana Editions. Johnís previous award-winning books include Quiet Light, a monograph representing fifteen years of his work, and Listen to the Trees, which were published by Bulfinch Press/Little, Brown and Company, along with Places of Power: The Aesthetics of Technology published by Ventana Editions.