Jan Magnus Reneflot (born 23 August 1956) is a Norwegian nature photographer, living in Ski outside Oslo. Professionally, he has a background from Kodak Norway, where he worked for 28 years. Worked, among other things, as an intermediate manager for Kodak's film laboratory and in customer service. Reneflot is known for its distinctive, semi-abstract images, with motifs taken from nature. He works both with still images and video. He has made image programs and short films, and collaborated with well-known musicians such as Knut Reiersrud and Terje Isungset. In 2017, he finally published his first book "Fotoreflexjoner" which mostly contains pictures from short trips to nature. His photos have been published in a number of books. He has had solo exhibitions and participated in collective exhibitions. He has a number of award-winning photos from photo competitions, such as 2nd prize and silver in Nikon's international photo competition in 2003 Reneflot is a member of the association Norwegian Nature Photographers, where he has also been a leader (2010). In 2017, he was awarded honorary membership for his work for the association. He is also active in Oslo Naturfoto and in BioFoto - where he is an honorary member. He is associated with the image agency Samfoto. Reneflot is the general manager of Norsk NaturfotoFestival AS, which is the largest festival of its kind in the Nordics. It was first held in 2014. The founders of the festival were Magnus Reneflot and Kjell Sigurd Strandenæs. The associations Biofoto and Norske Naturfotografer are owners of the festival.