Thanks to: Marion Warren, for first showing me the expressive power of b&w imagery; Helen Levitt, for capturing moments of play; Elliott Erwitt for sharing his sense of humor; Walker Evans for being a great humanitarian.

  • JoinedJanuary 2007
  • OccupationPhotojournalist at The Tullahoma News
  • Current cityTullahoma
  • CountryUSA
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Photos of Cameron Adams

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I'mNotHer says:

Cameron has a keen eye for composition and detail, so his photographic stories are never left incomplete. His black and white ‘moments’ flash freeze snippets of life that beg a closer look, provoke thought and/or produce a smile. His children’s portraits capture innocence and joy in a way that will take you back to y… Read more

Cameron has a keen eye for composition and detail, so his photographic stories are never left incomplete. His black and white ‘moments’ flash freeze snippets of life that beg a closer look, provoke thought and/or produce a smile. His children’s portraits capture innocence and joy in a way that will take you back to yesteryear. So much of his photography is truly timeless! And when his photos get personal, you can tell that he’s seeing his subject matter with a photographer’s third eye, the one in his heart. Cameron’s work inspires me to take a longer look at what’s going on around me and keep a camera handy. What better compliment is there for a photographer?!

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June 5, 2007
PeeT NeeT says:

The Black and White set --Moments.-- A Lovely, Strong and Great set. All pictures with happening elements in it. Makes it all alive and very interesting. Cameron has a great eye for putting it together and getting the just timing in the natural real composition. It is the skill of finding the angle and timing… Read more

The Black and White set --Moments.-- A Lovely, Strong and Great set. All pictures with happening elements in it. Makes it all alive and very interesting. Cameron has a great eye for putting it together and getting the just timing in the natural real composition. It is the skill of finding the angle and timing. and the strong thing is to bring over something that really happened. I love this set very much. To me it shows what photography is all about. It's all about real life situations. Gotten on frame in a very precise and artistic way. It is like there is a great feeling through the whole series.

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April 10, 2007