The wild outdoors
The wild outdoors
A word from the Author
I try to take my camera every where so that I do not miss the change to capture that amazing photo whether it’s of wildlife or landscapes I look every where. I began shooting photos when I was very young. My first real camera was a 35mm film camera with a few cool bells and whistles. I have sense moved up in the world to a Canon Rebel t5i with about five different lenses. Today I continue to make my photography skills better, I have learned to broaden my horizons to capture images of people, mainly candid images. I have been self taught for the most part with a few classes here and there during my college career. I encourage all to follow their dreams to take photos every change you get. I may not be a professional photographer or have my own business but I certainly have a passion for it. I enjoy sharing my work with the world and hope to one day make my hobby into something a little more.
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My name is Bridget Jensen. I have lived in Alaska for nine years after I moved up here from Montana. I love photography and live for adventures. I enjoy the outdoors; hunting, fishing, sports; not to mention my beautiful pup Melody and my loving boyfriend Gage. I hope you enjoy my page if you have any questions or requests contact me at email@example.com