Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff

Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Whitman County, Washington. Challenge: I waited for the smoky air to create the emotion during sunset. Nikon D750, AF-S Nikkor VR 24-120mm 1:4G ED. Exposure: 1/50s - f/20, 28mm, ISO 200.

Photographer: Jerry Sodorff

Full-Time Professional Photographer

Photographic Specialties:

  • Landscape
  • Travel

Biography

When I look for images to capture, I look for Textures, Lines, Shapes and Patterns.

Photography allows you to be two places at once. Throughout my career, I have been driven to capture images with that in mind.

My biggest tip to other photographers—Look at your subject from all possible angles. My biggest tip to everyone—look at your life in the same way.

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Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Lake Estes, Colorado. Challenge: I moved around, a lot, to capture the composition. I wanted to get the sun reflecting off the surface of the ice on the lake. Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm VR. Exposure: 1/2000s, f/4.5, ISO 600.
Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Salmon River, Idaho. Challenge: I needed the light to highlight the rafts, then guide the eye into the canyon. Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm VR. Exposure: 1/500s - f/4.8, ISO 640.
Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Moraine Campground, Rocky Mountain National Park. Colorado. Challenge: Composing the porch elements to frame the mountain added to the image. Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm VR. Exposure: 1/3030s - f/5.6, ISO 200.
Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Sisters, Oregon. Challenge: The pasture in the foreground was a critical element to capture. That helped pull your eye to the horses. Nikon D90, AF-S Nikkor VR 24-120mm 1:4G ED. Exposure: 1/500s - f/4.8, ISO 200.
Photographer Profile: Jerry Sodorff
Mogollon Rim, Arizona. It was important to frame the distance with elements in the foreground. Nikon D70s, AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm VR. Exposure: 1/2000s - f/4.8, ISO 600 at - 1.5EV.

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