Newly Released
The Ansel Adams Gallery and the Yosemite Conservancy
Have joined together to support the Bridalveil Fall Restoration Project
With a New Modern Replica Release!

Bridalveil Fall is one of the most beautiful and majestic waterfalls in North America.  Ansel Adams captured this spring image of the thundering fall, including the curling mist that inspired its Native American name Pohono, meaning “pull of wind.” Made during the late 1920s, Bridalveil Fall is emblematic of the important and iconic images Ansel created during this critical, early period in his career.

Starting today, The Ansel Adams Gallery will donate ten percent of every Bridalveil Fall Modern Replica purchased to the Yosemite Conservancy Bridalveil Fall Restoration Fund for the expected three-year duration of the project. This exquisite photograph was considered by Ansel to be one of his signature images, presented here in all its breathtaking glory.  Available in six sizes ($129 – $899) the Modern Replicas we offer are made using a 12-ink archival pigment printer, the highest quality imaging technology available today.

2019 Photography Workshops NOW Open for Registration

Photography Education – Photo Classes, Guiding and Workshops

Make 2019 your year for becoming a
GREAT PHOTOGRAPHER!

These courses cover field photography, using digital photography tools, Photoshop, printing techniques, traditional darkroom printing methods, and more! Our Instructors are renowned for their technical skill and immense knowledge of Yosemite. The small workshop sizes assure that you will receive personal and intensive instruction.

VISIT US IN YOSEMITE

The Ansel Adams Gallery is open seven days per week, from 9AM to 5PM, Pacific Time, with extended hours in the summer.

We are located in the heart of Yosemite Valley, between the Visitor Center and Post Office, with incredible views of Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, and Glacier Point. Yes, we’re fortunate, and the staff includes climbers, photographers, hikers, dog lovers and generally people who love Yosemite.

Join us for daily Gallery Activties including Camera Walks, Fine Print Tours, Films and Exhibits
Up your photography skills with our Half-Day Classes
See current Gallery Exhibits
Read about the Gallery History