I have met Martin thanks to a comment someone dropped on my post 15 unique stairs pictures and I directly decided to feature him as Photographer of the week here at Adidap specially since I had been looking for a architecture photographer for quite a while.
It is obvious that Martin has an sharp eye for composition, looking at his picture you can hardly even know what it was in the first place. All the elements just fall in place with harmony to give a great abstract pictures.
Unfortunately I do not know about a website where you could admire all of Martin’s artwork but here is, for your eyes only, a collection of 10 of his best pictures.
Since all my friends know that I love photography I receive tons of forwarded emails with pictures. I rarely share these since most of them are already wide spread but this collection is different.
Needless to say that I didn’t take any of these pictures and that the copyright remains to their original owners, I am just sharing them here for their exceptional quality. So here we go
Photo by BlueJeff
Earlier this month I have described the Neutral Density Filters as being a must have tool for any landscape photographer, and I was not surprised at all when I got comments that if Neutral Density Filters are important for landscape photography Graduated ND filters should be even more important.
So why didn’t I ever invested in one ?
My vision is to capture images that touch you, What I mean by that is, if my images make you smile or say WOW! I have succeeded in my mission to make your world a happier place.
From Steve’s about me page
Well Steve all of your pictures make me go WOW!
Steve’s love for wild life shows in each and every picture he takes, they all reflect very quick photography reflexes with a wonderful composition.
No matter how fast the action is, Steve seems to always be able to capture a unique moment with a carefully decided composition and Depth Of Field.
Before I leave you with the selection of Steve’s pictures, I will invite you all to visit Steve Agrella Photography to enjoy more of his work.
Here are the results of last week’s poll and , although I was suspecting that the majority might prefer to take pictures alone, I was not expecting a 67% result.
Me? well just like Udi I prefer to shoot with my wife but she gets too quickly bored of waiting for me !