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Marc Adamus
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My Bio
Current Residence: Corvallis, Oregon
Favourite photographer: Galen Rowell, Guy Tal, Michael Anderson, Tony Kuyper, Tristan Campbell, Georg Popp, Charles Cramer..
Favourite style of art: 'Interpretive' photography
Operating System: It's not a big deal, people
MP3 player of choice: still stuck in the CD age.

Favourite Visual Artist
Bierstadt
Favourite Writers
Thoreau
Favourite Games
Pool/Billiards, Classic D&D
Favourite Gaming Platform
Nope.
Tools of the Trade
Professional digital and film formats over the years.
Other Interests
Landscape photography, Backpacking, Snowshoeing, Climbing, Winter

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Here's to hoping everyone realizes their potential as artists in the coming year.  We cannot run from the challenges that face us, but rather we must see them as opportunities to grown and learn.  We have the ability to change the world if we keep our hearts and minds alive and open. Best to all.

Thoughts

Thoughts

All art is in essence, a form of expression.  Photography is often broadly labeled as art, despite its somewhat unique relationship with reality.  For some, myself included, photography is just like any other art form – an attempt to involve its audience with a creative emotional context that can range from the beautiful, the horrific, the amazing or the profound.  Art of any kind derives great power from an ability to stir a connection with its viewer and evoke an emotional response. The viewer of photography may, for better or often worse, be under the preconceived notion that a photograph is merely a form of documentation of an actua

Scenes within the scene.

Scenes within the scene.

I very much enjoy the hunt for the grand, vast, dramatic types of landscapes that lead the eye on a journey through many beautiful elements.  It’s a challenging pursuit that leads me to rugged and remote places, and consumes much of my life.  It takes a lot of time to research, travel and explore these places.  Naturally, however, the quest for such images can be consuming to such an extent that it can result in too much of a narrow, single-minded focus.  One must always realize, that great images can be found almost anywhere – even our own backyards.  The ‘magic mushrooms’ image you see here was taken right outside my doo

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