Hanging out in Ansel Adams’ tub

Now you’ve seen everything.

Today we were at Ansel Adams’ house and this is me getting a seat in the sink where he made so many of the world’s most favorite images.

I did some videos over on Qik, too, with our “professional” videos of Ansel Adams’ son and home and business coming soon to FastCompany.tv.

Frederick Johnson, who works at Adobe on the Lightroom team, blogged about our visit (we interviewed him too — it was real interesting to hear about the past and future of darkrooms all in one place).

7 thoughts on “Hanging out in Ansel Adams’ tub

  1. Scoble, you should be ashamed. I’ve been a supporter of yours since meeting you in Montana during Off the Grid a while back, but witnessing you crawl into Master Adams’ developing tub was about as sacrilegious a thing as I’ve ever seen. Those tubs should be approached with reverence and hardly seem like the place to plant your ass… For the life of me, I can’t imagine what would have prompted you to even consider such a thing in the first place. Were your feet just too tired? Sorry for being sarcastic, I’m just blown away.

  2. Scoble, you should be ashamed. I’ve been a supporter of yours since meeting you in Montana during Off the Grid a while back, but witnessing you crawl into Master Adams’ developing tub was about as sacrilegious a thing as I’ve ever seen. Those tubs should be approached with reverence and hardly seem like the place to plant your ass… For the life of me, I can’t imagine what would have prompted you to even consider such a thing in the first place. Were your feet just too tired? Sorry for being sarcastic, I’m just blown away.

  3. Adams was simply amazing! His western imagery is some of my favorite photos of all-time. His images of American life during WW2 are also amazing.

  4. Adams was simply amazing! His western imagery is some of my favorite photos of all-time. His images of American life during WW2 are also amazing.

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