In other words, Jupiter doesn’t really orbit the Sun like the other, smaller planets as much as the Sun and Jupiter both orbit one another (but with the caveat that the center of that orbit is still much closer to the Sun than it is to Jupiter.)
After a long journey involving a gravitational slingshot manuever to pick up speed, the Juno probe entered Jupiter’s orbit in July, 2016 and began its mission mapping Jupiter’s gravity, the magnetic fields, and studying the atmosphere.
In the course of that work, it has also snapped some amazing photos. You’ll find highlights from the mission (so far) below. Incidentally, all these images (and others) are freely available to the public at www.missionjuno.swri.edu/junocam.