Welcome to Jason Row Photography. Our catalogue contains over 30,000 images, with some 3000 online. All images on this site are available for licensing as well as printing both as regular prints and also as fine art and canvas wraps. We can provide exquisite travel images and footage from locations across the globe from Asia to South America, Antarctica to the Arctic. If you do not see what you are looking for, or have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Jason Row has been working in the photographic industry for over 30 years. He started out on the research and development team at world renown darkroom specialists Durst UK Ltd. He then moved on to run an E-6 film processing lab in central London. Since 1991 he has been a freelance photographer specialising in event and travel stock photography. In the last ten years he, along with his wife Tania, have diversified into high definition and ultra high definition video production. They have produced and edited numerous short travel documentaries from around the world. Jason Row Photography travel images have appeared worldwide in newspapers, magazine, book covers and oddly on tea towels produced by a Turkish textile company. Now residing in Odessa Ukraine, Jason and Tania continue to shoot, stock stills and footage and to edit video. They also create training media for the aspiring photographer. Jason is a regular writer for Lightstalking one of the world’s top photography blogs.
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Modern stills cameras are capable of stunning video quality. Indeed there have been successful independent movies that have been shot solely with DSLR or Mirrorless cameras. A lot of photographers, however are a little daunted by shooting video. They often see video as a very different medium to stills photography. The fact is, that whilst there are indeed many differences, those differences are not as great as you might think. Many of the techniques and compositional rules we know in photography are quite similar when shooting video footage.
Let me unravel the mysteries of shooting video with your stills camera.
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