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I have the Galaxy S5, which has a 16-megapixel camera. And while megapixels alone don’t determine the quality of the image, more megapixels does mean more information, so you typically get more detail. Overall, I’m very happy with the camera.
I started with photography in high school, but it was in college that I took it more seriously. I shot for the newspaper, took a lot of classes, and even left school for a while to work in the industry in Minneapolis. For most of my adult life, I’ve pursued it as an enthusiast, although I do the occasional paid job.
I have a preference for black and white images, so I look for structured textures and layers to create mood in an image. I’m mostly interested in flattened panoramic views which give a sense of size and contrast. Lately, I’ve been inspired by classical landscape painters. The picturesque ideas of William Gilpin are interesting, as well as classical Chinese and Japanese panel landscapes.
My Instagram portfolio is comprised almost entirely of photos taken on my phone. The image quality has gotten so much better over the years for phones.
I’ve printed and framed several photos from my phone, many of which are hanging in my office now. The prints are 18×24, and I’m really happy with the way they turned out.
Phone images, yes.
My website is the best place. I update it with new photography frequently, and I’ll also post updates when my photography is being shown somewhere.
Livestock would like to add that Jason recently won first place in a contest sponsored by Pro Photo for the landscape category.
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