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November 1, 2013 7:00 PM

Debbie Croft: Ansel Adams Galley in Yosemite offers variety of photography workshops

The Ansel Adams Gallery is in the hub of Yosemite Valley. Surrounded by spectacular views of iconic cliffs and falls, what began as a studio of the famed photographer has since become a destination for Adams aficionados from around the world. For the serious photographer, what better way to learn than one-on-one with a professional? The gallery offers a variety of excellent tutorials and workshops year-round.

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