Our photographer of the week is Verne Varona, one of adidap readers. Verne does varied work and one facet of his work is Monet-like photographs that are all done in camera, with very minor sharpening or slight saturation.
He took up photography in the late 70s and bought his first digital in 2005. He loves colorful, painterly scenes and has been developing a style that he calls “Aqua-Impressionism.”
Images that evoke emotion seize his full attention. He tries to capture images that convey the gamut of emotion andÂ loves the abstract photo’s that suggest.
Verne was a top finalist in Canon’s Project Imagination from over 100,000 entries last September. I leave you to enjoy 10 pictures of his curious and unique style. You can always check out his website for more.