I’ve been an avid photographer since 1999 when my dad gave me his 35mm Yashica SLR he bought while serving in Vietnam. He taught me the basics and I shot everything I could, but I always wanted to know more, I sought out all the training I could find, most recently at the Chicago Photography Center.

 

In my professional work, my goal is to take on new challenges and produce amazing images. To me, every job is an opportunity to explore different elements of photography.

 

I enjoy traveling around the world with my mother and watching the Cubs at Wrigley Field.

 

Check out my blog where I sometimes go a little more in depth about photography and what it means to me. www.greginda.com/blog

Read more
  • JoinedApril 2007
  • OccupationPhotographer
  • HometownDes Plaines
  • Current cityChicago
  • CountryUSA
View all

Photos of Greg Inda

Testimonials

Write a testimonial

Greg takes fantastic photographs. He has a passion and an enthusiasm for photography like nothing I've ever seen him do before. He's a great guy to go shooting with, and very generous with his knowledge for those who will listen. I look forward to many more trips and outings. Greg is the best.

July 26, 2008

Tregfrog (or Greg, whichever you want) is one of the most amazing photographers I've seen in recent years. his cat-like reflexes with responding to a perfect opportunity are only matched by his ability to use natural or available light to his best advantage. I've never seen more clear, crisp photos. A must-friend fo… Read more

Tregfrog (or Greg, whichever you want) is one of the most amazing photographers I've seen in recent years. his cat-like reflexes with responding to a perfect opportunity are only matched by his ability to use natural or available light to his best advantage. I've never seen more clear, crisp photos. A must-friend for any photographic enthusiast.

Read less
January 14, 2008
shinosan says:

Trefrog66, I Love your pictures! amazing! Keep it like that, forever!

January 12, 2008
Patrick says:

Greg has a special knack for capturing a defining expression or essence of his human subjects. That's no easy task. He also has had the good fortune to travel most of the world and capture some incredible looking experiences.

December 12, 2007