A one minute single exposure taken after midnight. Artist Statement: "Ansel Adams' granson Matthew gave me permission to perform this homage to my idol at the gallery in Yosemite Valley. On the darkened porch, I put on my Ansel costume and placed a cardboard mock-up of my camera and a tripod in front of the window. I opened the shutter on my 1950's film camera, hopped into the shot, and stood perfectly still (blocking the light) for less than a minute to create a silhouette on the negative. At a precise moment, I leaped out of the frame with my props, and waited a few seconds before closing the shutter, to allow for the gallery light to shine through the silhouette on the negative to make it translucent. This is one of 10 attempts.
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