Bryan Adams believes his photography work has prepared him for directing a film.
“I am curious,” Adams replied (in making a film). I can easily imagine myself being a director or cinematographer. On one of my early videos, I worked with Laszlo Kovacs (‘Easy Rider’).
“He wore a glass around his neck and watched the clouds for the appropriate light.” Genius!”
According to femalefirst.co.uk, he believes technology advancements have revolutionised photography.
“With smartphone cameras that can catch every moment, everyone can be a photographer,” she told Ramp Style. The future will be more participatory and intense, with more cameras constantly capturing everything.
“Police body cameras have infrared capabilities to assess your body temperature, and drones will be more prevalent.” However, we are now experiencing the globe as never before.
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While he’s photographed a variety of subjects and locations, the ‘Heaven’ singer values his pictures of his family the most.
To which he replied, “The images of my family.” I adore them dearly. When my grandfather was 89, I photographed him. We discussed his wartime service as a Royal Engineer. He was modest. “I adore my grandparents.”