The Surreal Landscape Of Marc Adamus

The Surreal Landscape Of Marc Adamus

Working for Fstoppers I come across a lot of photography, a lot! At a certain point it becomes hard to find artist that truly leaves me standing in awe. Marc Adamus does, the man was born to have a camera in his hands. His compositions are nothing short of textbook perfect, not to mention the dynamic range he is pulling out of his images is incredible. Marc manually blends separate exposures in a lot of his work. Please take some time to view his Website or 500px. I hope his work inspires you to go out and shoot.

"At 33, I have been a full-time professional landscape photographer for many years now. I am based in Oregon, USA, but spend most of my year out in the field, moving around all over the place and chasing the light. My adventurous style of photography is one best defined by bold, dramatic imagery that stems from my love of unusual weather and getting far off the beaten path. My work has appeared in over a hundred different publications around the globe including National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, Readers Digest and Sierra Club, among others. I conduct dozens of workshops and tours each year in a variety of places, which I thoroughly enjoy doing. I love showing people the wonders of nature I have found and sharing with them the special relationship photography can have with all around us. My business in photography as well as all my life is designed around the principle and everlasting desire to get 'out there' as much as I possibly can, to the tune of about 300 days per year. You won't find me on Facebook, blogs, Google+, Twitter, forums or any other form of social media I haven't heard of yet that will be all the rage tomorrow. I'll apologize in advance."


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I was walking past a classroom and saw a calendar the other day and immediately thought "Marc Adamus".  I was right :P  He certainly has his own style that is so recognizable and is fantastic BUT i have to say it doesnt hit me as hard as it used to when i first started shooting. I guess I started just before HDR started gaining steam and am not using more off camera lighting and medium format and i just find it more appealing.  Again... incredible work and an amazing knack for being in the right place at the right time (the clouds are AMAZING!) but in seeing various types of landscape, it has lost a bit of an it's edge.

These images are simply stunning! 

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