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Hey! Thanks for checking out my page. I'm only a few years into my photography obsession, and Flickr has really fueled this passion for me.
I live in Phoenix Arizona and am a scientist in molecular biology/bioinformatics/neuroscience -- I'm doing my research in neuroscience (I study memory) at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) in Phoenix. Every spare moment I have I'm either out taking new shots or working on them at home so I can share them with the world.
I like color, lots of color:
I grew up in Utah, the land of red rock and the greatest snow on earth. I've been an outdoorsman for my whole life (a gift given to my by my dad) and now my developing passion for photography gives me even more excuses to get out and explore. Furthermore, I have met lots of nice people and hope to add you as a contact and Flickr friend!
I have a website with several thousand of my pictures, and besides the pictures you will see here, I have several time lapse movies taken with my XTi.
Canon 40D and XTi dSLRs
Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
Canon Speedlite 580EX II
Elinchrom Sky Ports
Adobe CS4, Lightroom and Photomatix
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He does things with a camera I can only dream about.
I am truly thankful for Jason's wilderness photos. When I look at his wilderness photos, I feel humbled. We share the same dirt, but he sees it so much more artistically. I wish I could see the way he sees and take shots like his. He has superb technical skills and he hikes to incredible places that few people will … Read more
I am truly thankful for Jason's wilderness photos. When I look at his wilderness photos, I feel humbled. We share the same dirt, but he sees it so much more artistically. I wish I could see the way he sees and take shots like his. He has superb technical skills and he hikes to incredible places that few people will ever see. Oh to be blessed with this talent and youth. Thank you Jason for sharing.Read less