Not long before he died, famed photographer Ansel Adams set aside 70 negatives - negatives he believed were his greatest works of art.
Until now, that collection has only been viewed by private collectors
But starting today, some of those photographs will be on display at the Getty's new exhibit titled "In Focus: Ansel Adams."
The exhibit offers a rare opportunity to appreciate Adams' talents not just with the camera but also in the darkroom.
For more we're joined by Karen Hellman, assistant curator in the department of photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum.