Edge of Light | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

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Edge of Light | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Series | Jacksonville Beach

Introduction Where do you go when you’re feeling a bit low? Throughout my life, when I’ve needed to clear my head…I like to rest near water. Within the city, it can be a large Fountain. However, the beach is the best place to unwind. The smell of the ocean water,

Sun Bathe (2018)

  DETAILS: Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl Paper Silk Gloss Surface | 285 g/m² 100-Year Luminosity I want the viewer to feel like they can walk right into the scene. It pulls them in. Into a moment they were never in, but they feel a part of it now. Blinded by

Glow : 2016

© 2016 Eric Christopher Jackson Life doesn’t always go the way you plan it, but that never stops the sun from shining. Collections : Landscapes | Glow : 2016 Last week was really tough. A gut-punch to be more precise. Now, facing a new week with an unexpected set of

"The Human Effect" : Artwork by Eric Christopher Jackson

The Effects of Pollution in Photographic Artwork

The Human Effect : 2016 || 61cm x 91cm “I try to make it perfect. Flawless. I try & try again. Failing each time. Why do I reach for perfection when I know its unattainable? Because if I don’t, I’ll never be better than what I am.” -ecj Artist Notes:

Sunrise Effect | Artwork by Eric Christopher Jackson

Sunrise Effect : 2016

Collections : Landscapes Sunrise Effect : 2016 I captured a decent amount of scenes, but am running into a serious problem, especially with my favorite shot. Garbage. Litter is scattered across the area, potentially ruining the moment I wanted to capture. In this particular scene, the hazy air covers the


March 14, 2008 | 7:32am Fort Lauderdale Beach, FL. Another Thursday to look back on how far I’ve come..or remember where I began. Yes! This Thursday is throwing all the way back to the month I purchased my first DSLR. It’s funny because I still remember the lady behind the

See the Sun

2008 MARCH 30 | Fort Lauderdale Beach, Florida Another hometown memory. I photographed this during is my third trip to the beach after purchasing my first DSLR. Unfortunately, I did not know how all the camera features worked. I didn’t know how to shoot in RAW, only JPEG. So, I can

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