Singer Bryan Adams’ inclination towards photography is increasing day by day, and he has now snapped a new advertising campaign for a British clothes shop.
His latest venture for Marks and Spencers' Autograph range of menswear sees him shoot fellow rockers Bryan Ferry and ‘The Feeling’ frontman Dan Gillespie Sells.
"It was a surreal day. I remember being really nervous and thinking I was in a room with two of the greatest Bryan's on the planet," Contactmusic quoted Gillespie Sells as saying.
"I don't think either of them knew who I was, but Bryan Adams was great. He did everything he could to put me at ease and to involve me in the process," he added.
Adams is not a stranger to photography as his celebrity portraits have been published in Vogue and Vanity Fair. He also has British Royal Queen Elizabeth II on his photography profile.
However, the rock star has vowed never to let the praise he earned for his camera skills keep him away from music for long.
"I won't even think about it. I'll be pushing up daisies before I lose my appetite to sing," he said.