Welcome to the Photography of Chris Jackson. You can navigate the site with the menu system above this text and scroll down through all the pages. All the images are copyright reserved by me, Chris Jackson. I sell both digital download licences and high quality printed images. These are available on the gallery pages. There are many images to chose from and a grouped gallery with current favourite images. Feel free to contact me if you have any queries or specific requirements at mailto:caj@jacksonsofbelper.co.uk

I have been seriously pursuing photography for 15 years and have settled on the fantastic Olympus OMD em1 mk2 and my camera choice. The quality of this equipment still astounds me with lots of the results I get that would have been impossble with other cameras I have previously owned.


Here are a sample of some of my favourite landscapes from various places in the world. There are more to see on the gallery page. I currently shoot in a 4×3 aspect ratio but some images are created by stitching together a series of shots. This creates a wider panoramic image capable of larger than standard print sizes.

The Gallery collection groups images by shape, be that square, portrait or panoramic, this way you can select an image that will fit your room quite easily.

You will see quite a few images from Antelope Canyon in Arizona. This amazing slot canyon in the desert shaped by wind a water has created the most amazing shapes and textures and the light plays all sort of tricks on the rocks.


A lot of the joy in wildlife photography is just for the photographer.

The pleasure in seeing the animal you are capturing in the lens, usually a telephoto lens or sometimes a macro lens is why we do it. Nevertheless some of these images do well when printed and mounted. The majestic Bald Eagle or the pastel shades of a Gannet look great in print. These are a few samples and more or in the gallery page where they can be purchased.


This is where I post my recent activity whether it be editing work or recent shots. This gives me the chance to talk through any of the technical side of my images. Click on THE HEADING  to see the image gallery


Little Owls

In an old barn not far from my home are a pair of Little Owls. Some days they don’t seem to go to bed and just hand about near their home. No matter how stealthy an approach you make they have eyes on you!