Community member Przemyslaw Adamski (Padamskicom) is a freelance photographer from Poland who specialize in women portraiture. With the help of great communication with the model, Adamski portrays the model as a woman in control, a woman comfortable in her skin.

Tell us a bit about yourself, how do you describe your photography style?
My name is Przemyslaw Adamski and I was born in 1985, from Poland. I am a self-taught fashion, glamour photographer based in Poland and England. I mainly work with women. My style of portraying women is delicate and sensual.

In one sentence what has photography done for you in your life?
Photography is my passion and my living, loving and driving force in life. It is something I can be proud of.

When did you start taking photos and what inspired you to get started?
I started 10 years ago, at the beginning I shot mainly different products. Since three years back I mainly work with models - portraiture. I wanted to do something more than just pictures on the internet shops.

What has been your favorite shoot and why?
Not one in particular, but all the ones where everything comes in place
almost naturally - especially when it comes to working with models.

Do you remember a difficult photo shoot session? What happened?
My most difficult photoshoot was this past year, when the photoshoot was in a dark room, and my camera stopped working. Fortunately I could quickly change to another apartment where there was more natural light.

What do you carry in your camera bag?
I carry my 5D Mark III, my favourite 70-200mm 2.8 II lens, which I use most of the time, 24-70mm 2.8II in case I need a wider angle, memory cards, spare battery and a cleaning cloth. I hardly ever use a flash, sometimes if needed I take a reflector with me as well.

Do you have a favorite location and time of the day to shoot?
Most are in apartments, where there is natural light - I usually shoot during mornings.

Can you share three tips with your fellow photographers?


- Try Unusual Angles

- Take As Many Shots As You Can, And Then Delete The Bad Ones Later On

- When Taking Portraits, Get Your Subjects To Reveal Their True Emotions


Please share one of your favorite photos with us with a short tutorial:
This photo was taken in the morning with only the natural light. I used my Canon 5D Mark III and a 24-70 2.8 II lens.


Klaudia  by Padamskicom

Please share some thoughts on your ViewBug experience as a photographer!
I’ve had a positive experience on Viewbug. Getting feedback about your work is always great. It helps you to understand if you’re on the right path. If people like my photography I appreciate it and I’m motivated to shoot more.

To see more from Adamski visit his profile, Facebook and Instagram.