Adam Jones

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Adam Jones  |  Posted: Jan 26, 2018
Adam Jones  |  Posted: Jan 26, 2018
Adam Jones  |  Posted: Dec 12, 2017

Make no mistake, I love the current digital age of photography, and the exciting advances it brings with it.   During numerous digital photography workshops and lectures, I’ve noticed fairly advanced photo enthusiasts don’t really understand exposure and how their camera’s metering system works.  Those who have traveled with me know I’m a big fan of Evaluative Metering (Canon) Matrix Metering (Nikon) for nearly all of my landscape, and macro photography.  I’ll confess that I’ve not used TV Mode  (shutter priority) in over 25 years.  My go to metering methods are Evaluative for most static subjects, and Manual metering for wildlife/action situations.  I simply have not found a situation where TV is necessary.  Manual metering and Evaluative work very well for everything I shoot.

Adam Jones  |  Posted: Dec 08, 2017

My introduction to photography began on my honeymoon 40 years ago in Hawaii.  My brother loaned me his 35mm film camera to capture landscapes in Hawaii, and I was hooked.  Jacques Cousteau’s underwater films were a great influence on my early career that began with underwater photography. Over the years my interest in the outdoors has grown much broader and I’m thrilled with all the great outdoors has to film and explore.  It’s a tremendous blessing to make a good living as a full time nature/wildlife photographer for the last 25 years.