Hello world of outdoor photographers! Please allow me to introduce myself: my name is Jason Bradley. I’m a nature and underwater photographer based in Monterey, California; I teach workshops in the field and in the classroom on many different topics; I partner with Wetpixel.com to lead expeditions for underwater photographers; I’m a new Focal Press author; I run a print lab; but most of all, I am happy to say I’m a new addition to the Outdoor Photographer Blogger team. It’s an honor to be among such excellent photographers and part of this vibrant community.
I’ve been a shooter for almost fourteen years and I am an early adopter of digital. I’ve spent some time processing film and working in darkrooms, but it was long ago and I probably couldn’t remember what to do if you stuck a roll of film in my hands. That said, I have developed (no pun intended) some interest in alternative processing techniques where I take digital files and make prints run through chemistry in a darkroom. However, I’m a full-fledged digital photographer and I love how the technology has paved the way for so many new photographers to enjoy the art. Photography seems more accessible than ever before.
I’ve included a small handful of images to show off what sorts of things I like to shoot. Generally speaking, I’m just happy being outdoors, in nature, taking photographs, but I’m most happy being by or in the world’s oceans to find my subjects.
I look forward to your hellos, comments, feedback, and more.
To see more of my work, or where and when I’m running my next workshop, please visit my site at: www.BradleyPhotographic.com
Thank you. Jason Bradley