Ian Adams

Ian Adams is an environmental photographer, writer, and teacher specializing in natural, rural, historical, and garden settings. Since 1989, he has produced more than sixty Ohio calendars and conducted more than 200 seminars and workshops in nature, garden, and digital photography throughout North America. He is an adjunct professor at Ohio State University's Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster, Ohio, where he teaches digital photography. He lives in Cuyahoga Falls.


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Speaking Engagments

Whether your goal is weekend fun and relaxation, publishing your photographs, or establishing a second career as a freelance photographer, Ian Adams' photography programs will help you clarify your goals, improve your vision, and sharpen your digital photography skills. Audience: Adult. Please visit this link for more about Ian Adams' speaking.


Ian Adams' Books

Ohio Calendar 2019

OHIO CALENDAR 2019 (2018): The 2019 Ohio calendar features images of ice on Lake Erie near Marblehead Lighthouse, Honey Run Falls in Knox County, the Arcade in the Gateway District of downtown Cleveland, Miami University Campus in Oxford, the Goodyear Polymer Building at The University of Akron, East 4th Street in downtown Cleveland, the Pottersburg Covered Bridge on the Big Darby Scenic Byway, Akron Art Museum in Summit County, Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve in Lake County, the West Side Market Tower and Cleveland Skyline, Tinker's Creek Gorge in Bedford Reservation, Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills State Park, and the William McKinley Monument in Canton.


Ohio in Photographs cover

OHIO IN PHOTOGRAPHS (2017): Showcasing the work of two of the state's leading landscape photographers, Ohio in Photographs presents a rich array of places and people, from serene hiking trails and Dayton's Huffman Prairie to shining downtown riverscapes and the riotous colors and figures of an unconventional Fourth of July parade. Ian Adams and Randall Lee Schieber give us iconic and unique images that capture the true texture of life in Ohio today.

The book is divided into five regional chapters and each of Ohio's eighty-eight counties is represented in photos that capture scenes from urban to rural: natural areas, historical sites, public gardens, cultural and sports events, workplaces, and more. "Ohio in Photographs" is a can't-miss for any Ohioan at home or away.

32nd Annual
Buckeye Book Fair
November 2, 2019
9:30 to 4:00
Fisher Auditorium Wooster, Ohio
$2 Admission
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