These panoramas depict some of the most breathtaking moments of Adam's career. Their subjects unique in every case. From wide angled shots that show every detail of a storm lit sky, to over exposed, hauntingly beautiful prints. This collection of prints, are some of the most popular prints available and it is easy to see why.
'New Life' is a story of being in the right place in the right time with the right set of skills. Lucky enough to catch the turning of seasons, Adam stands by the fact that 'New Life' is one of the most beautiful panoramic landscapes he has ever taken. With shades of blue and orange that brighten any room and the little details of the zebra and springbok that draw in any viewer, I can see why he'd say that.
This male half to a mating pair of lions looks over his shoulder as he lovingly casts his gaze back at the lioness laying in the tall grass behind him. His eyes pools of emotion that Adam could feel through the lens. He lowered the depth of field for exactly this reason. By bringing the lions head into sharp focus and letting the rest slowly blur out, you are immediately drawn to his eyes. This print truly is versatile in how you are able to hang it, subtle enough for a hallway, yet would draw every eye in a living room.
Nxai Pan Downpour
Taken on the Nxai Pan salt pan, these pale mud covered elephants are fleeing a massive storm. The underexposure of the image is what allows the viewer to see those grainy thunder clouds and torrential downpour in the background. This family of elephants provides a sense of strength to the print, a unity that is immediately present. 'Nxai Pan Downpour' fits well in almost any example of decor, however it shines when hung on a light wall where it can be the focus.
The Eternal Forest
This beautiful scene of a herd of elephants marching through a petrified forest was taken at Matusadona National Park. Adam broke the rules a little with this shot by shooting at midday, the bright sun directly above doing very little for lighting. However, he liked that bright light reflecting off the water and the dark shadows that help contrast the elephants with the landscape. The stark contrast and high key finish has an open color palette which allows it to fit into many different décor styles.
After the Hunt
Taken in Hluhluwe Imfolozi National Park, this black and white panorama depicts a cheetah right after making a kill. She is scanning the horizon, looking for threats to herself and her meal before tucking in. The stark contrast and high key finish has an open color palette which allows it to fit into many different décor styles.