Jeff Mitchum's philosophy is simple: capturing the stunning beauty of nature and dramatic landscape through the use of natural light and bringing it to people's everyday lives through his world-class panoramic photography.
With a special affinity for capturing the intricate wonder and infinitely miraculous aspects of nature, Jeff's perspective and unique style in print is an extension of a commitment to perfection, rarity and inspired by men such as Ansel Adams and John Muir who have influenced him with perfectionist detail.
In fact, in fine art photography circles, Jeff is known as the "Ansel Adams of color."
A former All-America athlete and still an avid tri-athlete who has competed in the Hawaiian Ironman, Jeff's fitness plays a huge role in his daily routines and chasing images down. He once pedaled 160 miles into the Alaskan wilderness to shoot "The Man," a bull moose against the backdrop of Mt. McKinley.
Jeff's work has appeared in prestigious publications such as National Geographic and his original pieces have graced the Smithsonian Institute and the Getty Museum. His Israel Collection is being inducted into the Jerusalem Museum, Masada Museum and the Galilee collection of fine arts.
"When I'm complimented on my fine art images, my response is, 'Look at the cast I have been given to share the podium with, the art and the amazing beauty of nature's seasons and her light.' If we learn to see with our hearts first, we can capture and keep these images forever. True landscape photographers understand we are only painting the film with nature's light."