Due to generally being swamped I've decided to approach my write-ups of historical photographers in a quick fire way, so I'll use the same headings for each one I planned to research.
Born in America in 1902, died in 1984.
What was he famous for?
Landscape photography and creating the zone system for better exposure and contrast in printing
Adams founded the Group f/64 along with fellow photographers Edward Weston and Imogen Cunningham - dedicated to sharp, detailed and accurate photography.
Photograph that most speaks to me
Mainly due to the dramatic sky and the way the curves of the river help the eye roam around the image.