Jason DiMichele is a fine art photographer and printer from Ontario, Canada who specializes in nature and abstract photography. His creative vision is fueled by his love of the outdoors and explorative nature. Jason’s photographic passions include landscapes, abandoned places, wildlife and abstracts. He immerses himself in all aspects of his art and is involved in every facet of its creation from initial capture to printing and framing.
Jason is an X-Rite Coloratti, Panasonic Lumix Storyteller, a Hahnemuhle Certified Studio for fine art printing and the Nature Photography teacher at Humber College. He has been published in Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) and Outdoor Photography Canada magazines as well as the PhotoED Guide 3rd Edition. Jason is also the Gear Columnist for Outdoor Photography Canada magazine. He offers a range of services including fine art printing and art reproduction. Jason always welcomes the opportunity to teach and inspire others. He teaches both the creative and technical aspects of photography through photo walks, presentations, classes and workshops.
Jason is a proponent of learning the technical skills required to be proficient with your equipment and to aid in the creation of your art. However, he insists that keeping one’s creative vision at the forefront is ultimately most important. “There is always room for our vision as artists to grow and evolve. The camera sees scientifically and therefore we need to see artistically”. Capturing the viewer’s emotion and imagination allows them to resonate with his art with a sense of intrigue. His art evokes feelings of serenity, tranquility and intimacy with the subject.
“I always try to keep a positive and optimistic outlook on life. I am always willing to help someone if I am able to. I believe that sharing information and skills is vital. We must never forget where we came from or those that helped us early in our journeys. I am very passionate about my photography and the services that I provide. I am also very fortunate and count my blessings that I am able to do what I love. Capturing the world’s beauty is my true passion; nature makes me whole!”