Glendora, Ca. Photographer Jeff Scott
Jeff Scott’s love for photography began in the 1970’s through the pages of Surfer Magazine and in particular Mike Moir’s wonderful captures. In the early 1980’s he captured images for the U.S. Coastguard that taught him so much but he was never allowed to own for security reasons. But as the years went on photography became a buried passion. But as the birth of digital photography erupted his passion was rekindled. Jeff says, “I found that my knowledge adapted well to this new era of photography. PASSION HIT AGAIN!” The past few years he feels that he has been at the right place at the right time capturing images with over 40,000 shutter cycles on his Canon T2I he feels good about wearing it out and moving on to the next piece of equipment. “I live to shoot and shoot to live!”
Cinder cone view from Mauna Loa Summit.
After a look at the weather and a trek to the summit I was in awe of the simple beauty at 13,796’.
CANON T2I w/batter grip
CANON EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
f/10, 1/100 sec ISO 100 70mm
Fish Shot/Nehu School
CANON G-10 w/CANON housing
Mahana Bay Shot
Tamran SP 10-24 f/3.5-4.5 Di II