6 August 2013
In our next featured photographer, we are highlighting some great images by Sydney based photographer Luke Adams. The eclectic mix of images are taken through Sydney, Jervis Bay, Silverton and St Georges Basin. Here is a background bio of him in his own words.
My landscape photography evolved from a love of the natural world. As a teenager (and still today) I was fanatical about natural history documentaries. David Attenborough is one of my heroes.
When I got my first job in television as a trainee cameraman with Channel Seven, I was exposed to to world of cameras. Since then I have been lucky to build an 18 year career as a television cameraman. Landscape photography is the perfect combination of my passion for creating images, nature and adventure.
I don’t have a particular favourite subject matter however I really love slow shutter images and water, there is just something magical about it.
For me, photography is as much about being in the moment as it is capturing the moment. It’s about getting outside and seeing beautiful places. While landscape photography is not my career, it’s where I get my greatest creative outlet and the best reward is sharing the images with others.