Step Into Wedding Photography part 2 : Poses for the groom and groomsmen

A little while back Chris Lin wrote his first guest post on adidap : Step into wedding photography with these 20 poses that focused on posing a couple during the wedding day.

Due to the huge success of this post, we have contacted Chris again and he agreed on writing another tutorial on wedding photography.

If, like me, you find posing the groom a challenge then I bet you are about to enjoy this article. The list may not be comprehensive; but it should give you a good base from which you can incorporate your own style and vision.

Verne Varona on creating “in camera” artistic “aqua-impressionism” photos

2 weeks ago we featured Verne Varona as our photographer of the week, many of the readers on adidap facebook page and twitter account asked if those pictures were really taken in camera without Photoshop.

After getting back in touch with Verne again, he confirmed that indeed all photos are done in camera – and he kindly agreed on sharing with you how he managed to take those photos.
I leave you to enjoy a great tutorial by Verne and don’t hesitate to share your results in case you experimented with this technique.
For more details you can check out his website or get in touch by email on vv [at] vernevarona [dot] com

A last Photography Journey down the Ethiopian Omo River with Daniel Sullivan

In October 2010, photographer Daniel Sullivan traveled with a Kara tribesman by boat down Ethiopia’s Omo River to document some of the most isolated tribes on our planet. Together they camped along the banks of the Omo River. During the day they traveled by boat and hiked up into the jungles finding the tribes.

In Late 2011, the Ethiopian government will be completing the Gibe III dam on the Omo River, which will cut the water off from these tribes. Most of the people in the Omo Valley still don’t know about the dam. More than 500,000 people and countless animals will have no access to their only source of water.

Ansel Adams Wilderness on National Geographic October issue

The October issue of National Geographic magazine will feature a captivating article on world-renowned photographer Ansel Adams.
This story describes how the Sierra Nevada transformed an unconfident photographer into a lens master and a powerful voice for wilderness.
The piece features stunning photographs by well-known nature photographer Peter Essick, who notes Adams as an inspiration.

So it is with great pleasure that I want to share with you some excerpts from the article that can be found here and those beautiful 5 images

45 pictures your ticket to the Norwegian dream

Occupying the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula, Norway is the second least densely populated country in Europe. One will find stunning and dramatic scenery and landscape throughout Norway, and the west coast of southern Norway and the coast of northern Norway present some of the most visually impressive coastal sceneries in the world. National Geographic has listed the Norwegian fjords as the world’s top tourist attraction.

How is that as destination for a landscape photographer? Pretty neat hein ! Not convinced yet? Let’s travel thru the lenses with 45 images that will make you live the Norwegian dream. So close your door and mute you mobile phone, let’s go visit Norway shall we?

Photo by Alexander B

Photo by Arnfinn Lie

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