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Photographer of the Week – Jett Britnell
By Joanna Lentini, April 27, 2017 @ 04:00 AM (EST)

Gooseneck barnacles, Nakwakto Rapids, British Columbia

Vancouver-based Photographer of the Week, Jett Britnell, began photographing the wonders of our oceans at a time when capturing images was limited to only 36 frames of slide film. As a self-taught photographer, Jett picked up a camera in 1983 and never looked back. Over the years, Jett’s vibrant underwater images have graced dozens of magazine covers, while his words and images have been published within many more.

Bursting with color and texture, Jett’s images remind me of how I imagined the seas looked, long before I started diving myself. Each piece of eye candy is reminiscent of a firework display and piques the viewer’s curiosity with intricate patterns, fine details, and vibrant hues.

Jett’s lifelong fascination with the sea developed at a young age through episodes of the famous television series, Sea Hunt, and the underwater exploits of childhood heroes such as Ron and Valerie Taylor. While Jett’s watery wanderlust has taken him to off-the-beaten-path destinations around the world and face to face with big pelagics, his preferred canvas lies below the emerald green surface of British Columbia’s nutrient-rich waters.

Sockeye salmon, Adams River, British Columbia

Fish eating Tealia anemone, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Baby humpback whale, Moorea, Tahiti

Wolf eel chomping on red sea urchin, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Purple ring top snail, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Seven Tree Island, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Red Irish lord sculpin, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Red-eye medusa, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Oceanic whitetip shark, Cat Island, Bahamas

Orange club-tipped anemones, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Clown shrimp on crimson anemone

Egg yolk jellyfish, Browning Passage, British Columbia

Steller sea lion, Hornby Island, British Columbia

Jett Britnell and his partner Kathryn snorkeling with whale sharks near Isla Mujeres, Mexico


See more of Jett Britnell’s work at www.jettbritnell.com or follow him on Instagram.



Derick Lapio
Apr 27, 2017 5:00 AM
Derick Lapio wrote:
Like! Amazing!
Royalthai thai
Apr 27, 2017 5:44 AM
Royalthai thai wrote:
ไฮโลออนไลน์เกมส์ที่สามารถเล่นแล้วทำให้รวยได้ภายในค่ำคืนเดียว บางท่านอาจจะสงสัยว่าทำไมต้องมีในระบบออนไลน์ ก็ทุกวันนี้บ่อนถูกปิดเยอะ การโกงกันเยอะ ตำรวจจับบ้างอะไรบ้าง แต่ทุกววันี้เรามีได้ปรับเปลี่ยนให้อยู่ในระบอบมือถือแล้ว 24 ชั่วโมง ไม่มีวันหยุด และที่สำคัญ ปลอดภัย 100% เนื่องจากข้อมูลของสมาชิกทุกท่านจะเก็บไว้เป็นความลับไม่นำออกเผยแพร่ต่อสาธารณะแต่อย่างใด
Berlioz Telson
Apr 27, 2017 9:07 AM
Berlioz Telson wrote:
Good pictures
Digront Digront
Jan 11, 2018 3:29 AM
Digront Digront wrote:
Great photo !
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