Our photographer of the week is Norman Celis from the Philippines. He is working as a graphic artist in one of the biggest publishing company in Manila.
Norman particularly likes macro and child photography, he also has a leopard geckos which is most of the time his favorite “subject” in macro. According to Norman, he just loves to see the full details of the eyes.
I am pretty excited to share his work with you – specially that I haven’t had the chance to feature many Macro photographers yet. I leave you to enjoy 10 of his selected work. You can always view more pictures and get in touch with Norman via his facebook page.
Our photographer of the week is Brad Lackey, and he is the photographer behind Lookout Mountain Photography.
HDR and off-camera flash are two techniques that he uses frequently. Abandoned structures and waterfalls are his favorite subjects.
I leave you to enjoy 10 of his selected pictures – If you liked his work you can check out his website for the full art work or follow him on twitter via @lookout_mtn
Our photographer of the week is Conor MacNeill, an HDR travel photographer who specialises in fine art landscapes, cityscapes and architecture.
Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, he is now based in London, England, where he is also a front-end web developer and martial arts instructor.
Our photographer of the week is Edgar Garcia who was born and raised in Mexico City.
Edgar is a Self-lerning amateur photographer. Passionate about life, its feelings and colors.
He uses his camera as a tool to express and communicate his version of what happens around him.
Below are 10 of his selected images, if you like his style, you can check out his full Flickr stream or get in touch with him on twitter via @kross_edd
A few weeks ago, we featured Olivier Du Tré in our photographers of week section in this post.
Olivier’s work had some amazing black and white photography. I felt intrigued by his technique and asked him if he can share his know-how with ADIDAP Readers.
Olivier kindly agreed and wrote this tutorial that i’m proudly sharing with you. For further details, questions or feedback you can get in touch with Olivier on Twitter and Google+ , you can view all his work on his website as well.
I leave you to dive in the tutorial.