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November 15th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Milky Way Twilight Afterglow Over the Grand Tetons’ by Matt Anderson – Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Posted By David Alexander Willis
(Please View on a Black Background if Possible) This is a multiple exposure of the Grand Tetons with a pre-dawn glow, light painting, and the Milky Way above. A long exposure for the sky and stars, a second exposure with light painting, and a third exposure of the first light bathing the Moutain tops. All taken hours apart. Below you can see the snake river twisting through the scene. Some distant smoke and fog layers the hillside and mountain bases.
This is a multiple exposure of the Grand Tetons with a pre-dawn glow, light painting, and the Milky Way above; a long exposure for the sky and stars (25 seconds), a second exposure with light painting (bulb mode), and a third exposure of the first light bathing the mountaintops (1/8 second), all taken hours apart. Below … 
October 28th, 2012

The Beauty of Backlight

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Ox-Bow-Bend-Autumn-Sunset
(© Joseph Rossbach) Back Light is one of my favorite lighting conditions to work under. Over the past couple of months I have been chasing the fall colors from the Tetons to West Virginia, leading several workshops along the way. The color this year was excellent and I was given the opportunity to work with … 
October 5th, 2012

Chasing Icons

Posted By Ian Plant
"The Snake River" by Ian Plant
(© Ian Plant) Photo icons are those places made famous long ago by other photographers, like Half Dome in Yosemite, Snake River Overlook in the Grand Tetons, and Toroweap high above the Grand Canyon. Actually, more to the point, it isn’t really just the places that are famous, but the original compositions themselves which have … 
September 18th, 2011

Autumn Sunrise from Schwabacher Landing, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Schwabacher-Landing-Sunrise-vert
Richard Bernabe and I just finished up our Tetons workshop this morning. We had a great time shooting landscapes, fall color intimates, Moose, Bison and Antelope. The weather was chilly and many mornings were filled with fog. We had a few sessions with incredible light and a great time was had by all! here’s one … 
July 22nd, 2010

Finding Balance in the Tetons…Again

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Duck Family, Grand Teton N.P. by Jay Goodrich
I am not sure what it is about this place, but I am willing to flock there any day of the week, month, or year. I don’t believe that Jackson, Wyoming possesses some kind of unexplainable power like the Bermuda Triangle or Sedona, Arizona. I think the draw is a bit more personal for me. … 
June 2nd, 2010

Early Season in Grand Teton – Still Worth the Price of Admission

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Sunrise Over Mount Moran, Grand Teton National Park
The middle of May can be a pretty drab time in the mountains of Wyoming, especially when weather events like El Nino are in force. This means that the western area of the United States tends to get its winter moisture in late spring. When this occurs, like it did this year, places like Grand …