Jodi Jacobson







Jodi Jacobson

Jodi Jacobson

Boynton Beach, FL


Ok. About myself, Oh my, this is hard!!
I Started Wildlife photography about 27 years ago when my husband, who is a Pediatric Dentist and I got married. I worked in his office as a marketing manager and our practice grew to over 25,000 patients. We started taking time off every February to go to a remote location.
We always hire private guides and never go with a group so I can get where I want , when I want and for how long I want to stay.
I am an adventurer, if there is running water, I usually don't want to be there! We usually stay in some sort of lodge or hut near a river.
I travel with a small clothes suit case and many pounds of camera equipment! I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark 111 and all different 2.8 lenses. I also have a Subal under water housing for My Canon . I Bring no less then 4 cameras on a trip because there is no where to get them fixed. When I do my underwater work, we usually spend between a week or two on a Dive boat. This way I can get 5 dives a day in.
Many of my earlier trips were shot on print film because I didn't know I would be getting into stock. So I have an entire Antarctica trip with fantastic penguin shots on film. I never had any formal training or courses in photography. Everything was self taught, People say I have a natural eye for color and composition. I have been represented by a NY Stock Agency for the last 12 years.
I am 54 years young, and have a license to deal all Casino Games, I ride a Harley Davidson Trike, do television commercials, am a Scuba Dive Master. My life centers around animals. I believe animals are honest and candid and shooting their eyes is like reading into their soul.
I can an almost feel what they are thinking. That is why I like to photograph them. I almost feel like my camera will protect me, because I have gotten within arms reach of some very dangerous animals, but the shot was worth it. I very rarely use a tripod because I can't move fast enough to keep up with the animal I am shooting.
I never ever shoot in a zoo. All my photos are from national parks of the countries in which they are native.
Shooting children is also a passion. They are open, honest and uninhibited.
My favorite way to end a day is a magnificent sunset, and I always try to be at the best location in the area when the sun is setting.

Presently I am working as a Stock Photographer with Getty Images. With over 27,000 sold you can find my photography worldwide. You can see 7000 of my images and license my work at Any file there can be requested to print at Fine Art America!

All images are original to and sole ownership of Jodi Jacobson and may not be reproduced in any form for any reason without written permission from the artist, Jodi Jacobson.


Geese at sunset by Jodi Jacobson


Confederation Bridge on a foggy day by Jodi Jacobson


Commercial Kitchen by Jodi Jacobson


Sailing in Quebec by Jodi Jacobson


Gorilla by Jodi Jacobson


Husky Portrait by Jodi Jacobson


Transistor radio by Jodi Jacobson


Old time Radio by Jodi Jacobson


San Diego Church by Jodi Jacobson


Two geese flying by Jodi Jacobson


Free to Fly by Jodi Jacobson


Swaying Palm Trees by Jodi Jacobson


Peaceful Palm Tree by Jodi Jacobson


Autumn In Quebec by Jodi Jacobson


Flaming Flamingo by Jodi Jacobson


Blue and white light by Jodi Jacobson


Calming Colors by Jodi Jacobson


Layers of Colorful Lights by Jodi Jacobson


Let's Party by Jodi Jacobson


Reflections of fishing boats by Jodi Jacobson


Fishing Marina in Alaska by Jodi Jacobson


Alaskan Fishing Village by Jodi Jacobson


What a Hoot by Jodi Jacobson


Panorama of Vancouver Harbor by Jodi Jacobson


Fire and Ice of Mendenhall Glacier by Jodi Jacobson


Green Mountain Peaks by Jodi Jacobson


Vancouver Lights by Jodi Jacobson


Kenai Alaska Lake by Jodi Jacobson


Full of Flowers by Jodi Jacobson


Checkerboard cake by Jodi Jacobson


Humpback whales feeding by Jodi Jacobson


growling wolf by Jodi Jacobson


Fire and Ice by Jodi Jacobson


leave only footprints in the sand by Jodi Jacobson


Female Honeycreeper bird by Jodi Jacobson


Abstract Butterfly Wing by Jodi Jacobson


flower doggie by Jodi Jacobson


swallowtail pastel by Jodi Jacobson


Anemone fish by Jodi Jacobson


Orchid on Black by Jodi Jacobson


Accordion Player by Jodi Jacobson


Two toned pastel tulip by Jodi Jacobson


Peachy coral rose bouquet by Jodi Jacobson


Johnny Jump-up Heartsease Viola tricolor by Jodi Jacobson


Dichroic Glass by Jodi Jacobson


Serenty Stones by Jodi Jacobson


White Starfish by Jodi Jacobson


Tropical White Untouched Sand Beach by Jodi Jacobson