Photographer of the Week – Adam Martin

American crocodile sundown break up, Cuba


Our featured photographer this week is Adam Martin, and his portfolio takes us everywhere in the globe, from the frigid waters of southern Patagonia to the tropical reefs of French Polynesia—and lots of locations in between. As a contract software program developer, he is ready to journey extensively, and his pictures present he makes essentially the most of these alternatives. Rising up in Southern California as a surfer, finally his ardour for the ocean grew right into a love for diving and underwater pictures. 

Adam may be very a lot a wide-angle photographer. His portfolio options large animals, underwater landscapes, and a number of wonderful over-unders. Large-angle work additionally dominates his web site, the place you’ll have to look onerous to discover a macro image! His picture of the “Horns” in Chile’s Torres del Paine Nationwide Park is likely one of the most original break up pictures we’ve got seen, as a result of to our data, it’s the solely such image that exists from this location.

Adam says his objective is to seize dramatic scenes underwater and to convey a way of journey and inform a narrative with every image. For my part, he does this very effectively, and his pictures of divers exploring present the proper fashion for storytelling and the journey pictures style. Adam now resides in Boulder, Colorado, and although underwater pictures is his main love, he’s largely landlocked, spending most of his time at dwelling photographing Colorado’s spectacular wildlife, landscapes, and dabbling in astro and aerial pictures.


Going through down the well-known jack twister in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico


A humpback whale tail slapping on the floor, Moorea, French Polynesia


Large kelp forest, California, USA


Sundown silky shark break up shot, Cuba


Wholesome kelp forest and its inhabitants, California, USA


Surgeonfish education, Apataki, French Polynesia


Humpback whales and dolphin, French Polynesia


Divers transferring by means of a crystal-clear canyon, Iceland


Bustling life beneath, tropical jungle above, Fakarava, French Polynesia


A large college of mobulas, Baja, Mexico


The Pit cenote, Yucatán, Mexico


Cownose rays swim by means of sunbeams, Galápagos, Ecuador


Over-under on the Torres del Paine Nationwide Park, Patagonia, Chile


Exploring the clearest water on Earth within the Silfra Fissure, Iceland


To see extra of Adam’s wonderful wide-angle pictures, take a look at his web site,, or his Instagram page.