FAQs

What camera do you use?
Adrian has used a collection of cameras from Canon, Nikon, Sony and Fujifilm. Browsing through the portfolio of work you'll see images ranging from crop frame, full frame, and medium format cameras. Today, the bulk of his images are created using a medium format camera. 

What camera should I get if I want to get into photography?
Eventually this question will produce its own blog post. For now, we would recommend to start out with some kind of mirrorless camera that fits your budget. Fuji, Olympus, Sony, and Panasonic make some nice compact mirrorless cameras that will help you capture the moments that matter most.

How did you make this image?
Sorry, however, we don't go into details about how our work is created.  

I would love to paint/draw/illustrate/etc this image, may I?
Sure! Every day we get artists from around the globe show us their recreations of our images and we love seeing these. We do have a couple of rules, though. We do not allow the resell of images that are recreations. If you're doing this, then you need to stop. In fact, if you're doing this with anyone's photograph, you really need to find the original photographer and make sure they allow that. If you're doing this for yourself, that's totally acceptable. If you share the work on any platform, we require you to give credit to us. Think of it like writing a paper and you're quoting someone's original thought. In today's massive world with billions of people, it's certainly important to credit the original. That goes for all replications, not just our work. Caveat: If you are a graphic artist or photo manipulator, we do not give any right to use any part of our images. Period. 

I have a small business and would like to use your image for my website, may I?
We actually license our images for commercial use so just giving people free reign of image use is not something we allow. You can purchase a license for these kinds of purposes and those licenses generally start at $200/ea for two years and go up from there. If this sounds like something you are still interested in, please go ahead and shoot us an email and we can get a license drafted up for you and your business.