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    • Adam BurtonCarrie Deans
    • • Adam Burton is one of the UKs leading landscape photographers, Since 2008 he has beenworking as a full time professional landscape photographer, regularly supplying imagery andundertaking commissions for a wide range of clients. He has photographed five of the sevencontinents and now specialises in the landscapes of the UK, particularly Southwest England.. Adam first began teaching himself photography in 2001, mainly from reading magazines andthen putting into practice techniques while on location either in the New Forest or along theDorset coastline.. Adam favours the rich colours of dawn and dusk when natural light is at its most special. He usesequipment to enable him to capture magical moments authentically at the picture taking stage,rather than relying on computer enhancements afterwards.
    • These four images were taken in Canada as you can seehe really likes working with water reflections and editsthem to make the reflections more clearer and vivid.
    • In this picture he has used the rule of thirdsand hasn’t used that much editing to give thepicture a nice natural feel to it.
    • On this picture Adamhas turned it into aportrait picture and hasused quite darkcolouring and editing onit to fit with the mood ofthe picture which is verydark on a whole he hasnamed the picture‘moody blues’ so thismakes you think that heused dark colours for areason.