"When most people think of Ansel Adams, black-and-white images of Yosemite National Park and the American West come to mind; they don't typically envision UC Irvine.Yet in the mid-1960s, Adams did photograph UCI, along with the other University of California campuses, to commemorate the UC's 1968 centennial. Adams took 1,761 photos for the project, including more than 100 of the new Irvine campus. Select images were reproduced in a book called Fiat Lux, and the collection now resides at UC Riverside's California Museum of Photography. Recently, student and staff photographers from University Communications at UCI decided to walk in Adams' footsteps — and re-create his images from the same spots where the master once stood..."
Follow in Ansel Adams' footsteps