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Discovered Ansel Adams negatives may have been shot by "Uncle Earl"  
Thursday, July 29, 2010 | by Rob Galbraith
A California woman claims that her "Uncle Earl" is likely the photographer who shot the two boxes of glass negatives recently announced as being the early work of Ansel Adams. She produces as convincing evidence a photo shot by her uncle, Earl Brooks, that is eerily similar to one of the found glass negatives.

On a related note, Ansel Adam's grandson, who is also the President of the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park, disputes the claim that the found negatives are his grandfather's, as well as the US$200 million value attached to them even if they are.

CNN has video features on both topics. A story on Oakland's KTVU website has additional information.
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