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Study Jason Lee’s work. That’s all you have to do.

I rarely post links like this – but this one is THAT good. Thanks for sharing your work Jason.

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  1. Woah, those are really good!

  2. Woah, those are really good!

  3. Thanks for the tip Scott.

  4. Thanks for the tip Scott.

  5. Jason Lee has been a Flickr contact of mine for a while now, and his work is always impressive. The thing about Jason is, all of his photos are all technically excellent, but his imagination and sense of playfulness, and his ability to execute on both with good humor make him a standout. Plus, I can’t help thinking that his daughters are going to have great mementos of their youth and great memories of their time clowning around with their Dad.

  6. Jason Lee has been a Flickr contact of mine for a while now, and his work is always impressive. The thing about Jason is, all of his photos are all technically excellent, but his imagination and sense of playfulness, and his ability to execute on both with good humor make him a standout. Plus, I can’t help thinking that his daughters are going to have great mementos of their youth and great memories of their time clowning around with their Dad.

  7. I love taking photos of my daughter (2yrs old). My family is one of my favourite subjects. When you shoot the things you are passionate about it shows through in your photos.

    The only problem now is when ever I get out my camera, she runs off into the distance giggling and yelling ‘CHEEEEESE’. I have to learn some new techniques for getting her attention cause she is now immune to all my efforts. I shot 112 pictures of her on Sunday afternoon, 70% of them were of the back of her head. But the final 10 I got… man they are special.

    I know taking photos of your kids is sometimes looked down on by some photographers but I’d rather take a million of her than even one of anything else.

  8. I love taking photos of my daughter (2yrs old). My family is one of my favourite subjects. When you shoot the things you are passionate about it shows through in your photos.

    The only problem now is when ever I get out my camera, she runs off into the distance giggling and yelling ‘CHEEEEESE’. I have to learn some new techniques for getting her attention cause she is now immune to all my efforts. I shot 112 pictures of her on Sunday afternoon, 70% of them were of the back of her head. But the final 10 I got… man they are special.

    I know taking photos of your kids is sometimes looked down on by some photographers but I’d rather take a million of her than even one of anything else.

  9. yeah his Kid stuff is great… His wedding pics are inspirational!!! HAVE HIM ON THE SHOW!

  10. yeah his Kid stuff is great… His wedding pics are inspirational!!! HAVE HIM ON THE SHOW!

  11. I agree! I would like to listen to Jason Lee on the show giving his tips!

  12. I agree! I would like to listen to Jason Lee on the show giving his tips!

  13. I had seen one or two of Jason’s photos elsewhere. It’s amazing to see them together. Very creative, very unique. Thanks for the link.

  14. I had seen one or two of Jason’s photos elsewhere. It’s amazing to see them together. Very creative, very unique. Thanks for the link.

  15. I also agree… can you get him on the show? His knowledge would be priceless!

  16. I also agree… can you get him on the show? His knowledge would be priceless!

  17. Thanks for this Scott, amazing pictures, such imagination :-)

  18. Thanks for this Scott, amazing pictures, such imagination :-)

  19. just got through his whole porfolio… c’mon everybody lets chant.. ON THE SHOW!! ON THE SHOW!! ON THE SHOW!!

    Ted from houston

  20. just got through his whole porfolio… c’mon everybody lets chant.. ON THE SHOW!! ON THE SHOW!! ON THE SHOW!!

    Ted from houston

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