RAW

Pure Photography RAW

Pure Photography RAW is the behind-the-scenes love child of Pure Photography, which airs on the National Geographic Channel. The series features a collection of outtakes, tips, and even the occasional meltdown as Jason works his way around the planet documenting wildlife, landscapes and cultures.

 

Moray Salt Ponds

The ancient salt ponds of Maras in Peru are a fragile reminder of the power of the Inca. Situated high in the Andes there was a never-ending shot list of geometric ponds that could easily become a distraction.

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What Photography Means

Photography is such a personal experience. A few years ago in Bhutan I had a moment to talk about it after a day in the field that had been both rewarding and frustrating. 

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Panthera Pardus pardus

African Leopards are elusive, difficult cats to find and photograph. Whenever I’ve had the opportunity to view this species I try and enjoy the sighting as much as photographing the cat itself. Sometimes it’s nice just to sit and watch!

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Cape Town Roof Top 

When on assignment I’m always looking for frames even if they don’t pertain to my brief because you never know what you will find and what might make you income down the track.

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Dead and Alive on Ross Island

Telling a story in a single frame is not always easy especially when you want to show death as part of the process. I set out to do this in an Adelie Penguin colony on the Ross Sea.

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