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.
Our photographer of the week is Scott Leggo an Australian-based landscape photographer. I discovered his work thanks to Eric, one of adidap readers, who kindly recommended I check his work.
Our photographer of the week is Steven Miljavac, his photography is a quirky combination of style and humor.
A college degree in Video Production and strong love of cult cinema serve as the backbone of his photography, as he creates vivid, cinematic characters that exist in a world of their own.
Steven spends a lot of his time at the zoo and has an unhealthy obsession with apes.
In the next year he plans on releasing a book of his animal photography and wants to start a new project that focuses on the independent wrestling.
Our Photographer of the week is Beatriz Poncet from Barcelona, Spain.
Beatriz always had a photo camera in her hands since she was eight years old when she started to go to the darkroom to watch her father develop black and white photographs. ( something to drive all photographers crazy with envy )
Our photographer of the week is David Butali from Arezzo, Italy. He is a tourist photographer, one who travels for capturing images, they could be images of a city, of the beaches of Fuerteventura, of somewhere in Norway or simply in England or in Trieste.
When he is at home, on a typical Sunday morning, he wakes up at 5 a.m. to go alone or with friends to take pictures of the rising light in the forests. If he can go the day before, at the sunset he mounts his tent, hiding himself behind his camera, which is constantly interposed between him and the rest of the world for long periods.