During the last 30 years Greg Adams has captured many amazing things with his cameras. From beautiful brides to major events, political figures, superstars and wildlife in the natural world.
Trained as a press photographer, Greg is able to adapt quickly to various situations and environments. This has given him the ability to successfully cover many events throughout his career.
Working as a professional photographer has given Greg to produce imagery that has been used in many major publications, newspapers and magazines world wide.
Greg uses his skills meticulously to your advantage and with his easy-going nature, it enables him to connect with people to produce a relaxed atmosphere which is what Greg strives to capture in his photographs.
Your day demands the best professional photography.Greg will provide that for you.
With his wedding photography experience of over 30 years, you can be assured that your special days memories will be captured for ever.
Planning, preparation and consultation are the key to getting the results you want and this is Greg’s strength. Give him a call to talk about your plans.
Portraiture / Portfolios
Corporate & Commercial
Sport is such a big part of our lives. Greg’s interest in sports photography has been enhanced through his participation in sports such as surfing, cycling and running. This has given him a unique insight and ability to capture that explosive moment.
Over his career, he has covered just about every sport imaginable, from International F1 motor racing to the local Croquet game on the foreshore at Victor Harbor. It is the focus and dedication of the athletes that is the inspiration in his work.
Nature / Underwater
Nature is at the heart of Greg’s photography and has always been the source of his inspiration.
His life long association with the sea has given him the opportunity to capture images from a world that few get the opportunity to see and visit.
Exploring the coast and beneath the waves, he has photographed the elusive Leafy Sea Dragon, swum with playful Australian Sea Lions and come up close and personal with the infamous Great White Shark, all in South Australia’s backyard.