I have been featured by several large profile accounts and organizations including Nikon USA, NJ is Beautiful, NJ Spots and Home Sweet TN, Visit Bar Harbor, among others.
Additionally, I have been published on the cover of Skylands Magazine, featured in Appalachian Trail Journeys, the official magazine of the AT, and worked with Government Organizations on Farm Preservation initiatives.
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My name is Jacob Bryant and I am a Mechanical Engineer and 2nd Lieutenant serving Active Duty in the United States Air Force. A bit odd for a photographer, random even. And definitely not very related to photography, but then again, passion is a driver for all great things.
A few years ago, taking my photography to the next level was not even in consideration, but things you love always find a way of coming back to you. I got my start in photography years ago back in elementary school. My dad was a film photographer back in the day and even had his own darkroom so it was and still is a great way to bond with him. My very first camera was a Kodak Easyshare Point and Shoot Camera that I got back for my elementary school graduation. It was awesome! I brought it on several family vacations including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks but, when I began to want to take my photography more seriously, at the end of High School, it wasn't going to cut it. I then got an entry level APS-C DSLR, the Nikon D3200, and this camera really got me my start in photography. Once again, although the images were great, the sensor and performance needed an upgrade to be able to fully complete my photographic visions. I finally upgraded to the the Full Frame D810, and after countless lenses, lighting material, and other accessories, haven't turned back.
Although the exotic, other-worldly locations such as Iceland and New Zealand are undoubtedly inspiring, I have actually found most of my inspiration in the beauty of my small hometown in Hardwick, NJ and the Delaware Water Gap and am a firm believer in taking advantage of and mastering what you have at home before taking on the next challenge. I'm motivated by being out in the landscape and patiently waiting to see the world in light that is seldom seen, capturing these memories, and sharing these unique experiences to showcase the beauty in the everyday and magnificient world around us.
What's in the Bag?
- Nikon D810 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2yiBp3Y)
- Sigma Art 24-105 F4 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JXSR2q)
- Rokinon 24 F1.4 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2thcMia)
- Tamron SP 70-200 F2.8 G2 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2ldkJBv)
- Nikkor 50 F1.8G - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JKMzE3)
- Nikkor 85 F1.8G - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2yksJtH)
- Tamron SP 15-30 F2.8 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2ypoHAC)
- Tamron 90 F2.8 Macro - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2ylQkua)
- Manfrotto 055 XPRO3 - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JTMxFH)
- Manfrotto Befree Advanced - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JSGVM0)
- Manfrotto PIXI Mini Tripod - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2tgnbuD)
- Rotolight Neo II - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JYUZql)
- Wacom Intuos Pro - Click Link Here (https://amzn.to/2JXUXPQ)
Above you can find a quick list of things that I keep in my bag and definitely trust out there in the field. I am not sponsored by any of these companies, but the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you follow the links and make a purchase (for no extra money), I get a cut of the profit. It really is a win-win and definitely helps me out.