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I just got a bubblemail stating that yurybird passed away in December. He was one of the photographers that I featured in my photographer of the day series. My condolences to his family and friends.

Below is the marquis image that I posted at the start of my feature.

Adam's Photographer of the Day Grand Finale is Charldia

Today, Adam’s Photographer of the Day Grand Finale is Charldia from Southside, Alabama, USA. Let me start by saying that the Grand Finale is not what it seems at first glance. I’m sure the majority of people that check in on this final feature will skip the words and quickly view the five images on display here. If you look at what I have been posting each day of Lent, you might think to yourself, "How is this type of work Grand Finale material compared to the fantastic images that Adam has been featuring. And you may be disappointed. I hope you decide to be deep into these words and reading this far at this point and let me explain. And I do not want to take away from all the wonderful creativity this woman has, and the hard work she has put into these images because sh…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is Radek Hofman

Adam’s Photographer of the Day today is Radek Hofman. After some internet searching, I believe he is from Czechoslovakia. I could not find much information on him, but what I do know is that his images are stunningly vibrant. High quality images to a high degree. I found him by looking through Adrian Evans’s favorites and found a colorful landscape image and when I click on Radek’s name, the images on his profile page astounded me. Frankly, I am quite amazed and impressed with myself for finding photographers of such high caliber and all right here in the little town of Redbubble. Radek’s portfolio contains images of building, bridges, cityscapes, seascapes, and landscapes of all kinds. I guarantee once you have looked over the images in this feature, you will vi…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is Adrian Evans

Today is Good Friday and Adam’s Photographer of the Day is Adrian Evans from Rhyl, United Kingdom. I was taken by Adrian’s images right away. The rich colors and deep quality look complete with well thought out compositions made it easy to pick him as the photographer of the day. Adrian shoots a lot of landscapes from many locations such as the UK, Thailand, Malaysia, North Wales, and the Philippines. You will find a varied assortment of images from flowers to castles. I urge you to check out his profile page and you will enjoy that special textured feel to many of his images.

The image at the top of the page is titled Crucifixion of Jesus. A wonderfully composed image set on a wonderful angle with the statue of Jesus on the cross and the old church in the background. I purpo…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is Imi Koetz

Today, Adam’s Photographer of the Day is Imi Koetz from Berlin, Germany. Imi has a large portfolio and so many of her works are beautiful. It is difficult for me to choose just five images as I do for everyone I feature, and pick my favorites because there are so many images that can be in a group of favorites. She shoots macros, landscapes, natural things, and buildings and architecture. I find my favorites lie in landscapes or seascapes because that is where the images she has move me the most. But, so many of her images are excellent and you may disagree and find your own favorites in a completely different genre. She is that good. I love the places she travels to besides her homeland of Germany. She has beautiful images from Tasmania, Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Tasmania …

Adam's Photographer of the Day is JOSEPHMAZZUCCO

Adam’s Photographer of the Day today is Joseph Mazzucco from Mississauga, Canada. Joseph’s portfolio is varied, yet has a couple of common themes. He shoots macros, landscapes, and some miscalaneous things, but he has an eye for patterns. He also has an eye for artistic expression in photography that is away from the norm. He blurs things, he shoots the odd angle, and flirts heavily with impressionism. Some of his images have an artistic flow if you will. Some are more straightforward, but still have a perhaps not so explainable touch of Joseph in them. We will leave it at that and allow you to judge.

The image at the top of the page is the lovely image aptly titled Flare. At first glance, our minds receive this image as beautiful. It only takes a couple of seconds to realize…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is pictureguy

Adam’s Photographer of the Day today is pictureguy from, well I don’t know where he is from because there is no info on his profile page, but upon viewing his images I see that many were taken in Canada, and many of his titles have the word British Columbia and Saskatchewan in them, so I am going to assume he is from Canada. This portfolio is mostly nature related in the form of landscapes, wildlife, and scenes with special natural atmospheric scenes especially in the form of storms. His work is striking and very well edited. It has a deep, rich and professional quality that I think you will love. So, let’s get moving quick, there’s a storm brewing.

The amazing image at the top of the page is titled Storm Clouds Saskatchewan Canada. I found “pictureguy”…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is yurybird

Today, Adam’s Photographer of the Day is yurybird from Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. If you read the city name out loud over and over it gets easy to pronounce (after a couple of hours).. It’s Monday and the beginning of Holy Week which is my last week of these features, and we start this week with a glorious photographer Using his Nikon D90 and Cokin filters, Yury accomplishes minimalist photography and sometimes a mix with impressionism. His works are mostly landscapes that are the result of long exposures and compositions of seascapes and moody scenes that touch on odd, but are definitely beautiful.Uncluttered, with feel of solitude or even lonliness, you will not feel emotions of busy, rushed, or crowded in any of his images.Yury manages to soothe the viewer with his images, m…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is Ludwig Wagner

Today, Adam’s Photographer of the Day is Ludwig Wagner from London, United Kingdom. Ludwig’s photography spreads out a variety as wide as the fields of Ireland. In his portfolio, you will find scenes from different parts of the world as well as shooting flowers, buildings, landscapes and a little this and that. I think his description of himself on his profile page does a better job than I ever could as I do not know the man, only his images. So, here is the description: “Ludwig’s multi-faceted life experience is reflected in his art. He produces work inspired by people, objects and places – past, present and imaginary.
He was born in South Africa where he studied Art at the University of Pretoria. Ludwig worked for a few years as a teacher and then in the film industry,…

Adam's Photographer of the Day is Jeff Palm Photography

Today, Adam’s Photographer of the Day is Jeff Palm Photography from West Henrietta, New York, USA. Jeff pretty much runs the full gamut of genres in photography. I visited his website (jeffpalmphotography.com) as well as reviewing his images here and he shoots flowers, landscapes, seascaptes, lighthouses, portraits, does wedding photography, night cityscapes and waterfalls. I left waterfalls for the end because they are my favorite. He has lots of those for you to choose from and make a favorite and then purchase. Just in case anyone is confused, every photographer I feature has images that are for sale. I’m just sayin’. Jeff shoots with a Nikon and lenses that produce some real gems. Let’s take a look.

Above at the top of the page is the stunning waterfall image …