Stina is a regular of contributor to adidap’s flickr group and it was there when I first saw her craft.
Stina is a very versatile photographer that can shoot landscape, cityscape and portrait and reveal the hidden beauty inside each. She also enjoys the beauty of HDR and saturated pictures as well as muted colors and black and white.
I have learned to keep an eye on her flickr stream and I am always looking forward to see her new pictures. To admire more of Stina’s work make sure to visit her gallery.
And now a selection of Stina’s favorite pictures
The pictures I am about to share with you today might be familiar for adidap regular readers since Victor is an active member of adidap flickr group but Victor is such a great photographer to my eyes that I had to dedicate a post for him.
His eye for composition is unique, his B&W conversion superb, and I find it hard to believe that he uses only ambient light and 1 external flash for his work.
Victor’s gallery is a must see you will find there both beauty and inspiration, I know I did.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, here is a teaser of Victor’s talent
Steve lives in England in an old town called Shrewsbury and is passionate for low light photography. His pictures are vibrant with colors and sometimes it is really hard to believe you are not looking at a painting.
Steve seems to be a master of slow shutter photography, light painting and retouching and uses them to create carefully composed crafts that will leave you staring in dreams.
There is so much that can be said about Steve’s work but when you have a gallery in the top 8 of all time voted galleries at pbase your pictures speak for themselves !
After enjoying this selection make sure to visit Steve’s porfolio for more exquisite photography
Tomas Webb ! Does the name rings a bell ? No ! I am not surprised, I’ve known Tomas for around 5 months and it is the first time I get to know his real name.
Tomas is known in the photography websphere by Tam or ultimately by the_wolf_brigade now I’m sure that name is much more familiar for most of you.
If I have to define Tomas in just two words I’d choose “Film Revolution” ! In a time when most photographer are leaving their film cameras and going heavily into the digital age, Tam is enjoying his “old” cameras and I have to admit his passion for film is contagious.
B&W lover and supporter, Tam has a strong understanding for lines and light. So if you are a film or B&W lover and looking for some inspiration make sure to bookmark Toma’s flickr stream, his next picture is always a good surprise.
I am happy to feature this week Jim on adidap!
Jim is a fellow blogger and a great photographer and I have been following his work for quite some time and, I was happy to know, he has been a regular reader of adidap too.
Jim’s nature and wildlife photos are great and inspirational, definitely the kind of guy who’s not afraid to do the extra mile to get the picture he wants.
Oh I know I should stop talking and leave you with the weekly selection but I want to add that I also appreciate the subtle retouching of Jim, never overdone.