OP – The Blog

Posts Tagged ‘montana’

November 4th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Glacier Slot Canyon 2′ by Zack Schnepf – Avalanche Creek, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Glacier Slot Canyon 2 by Zack Schnepf
In September 2012 I was scouting with my good friend David Cobb for a workshop we were teaching later that week. We hiked up Avalanche Creek in Glacier National Park early in the morning and were rewarded with this beautiful scene. There were forest fires all around the park, the smoke worked in our favor by … 
September 12th, 2013

Paradise Falls, Glacier NP

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
paradise-falls
Modern digital cameras and their  resolution and dynamic range available today amaze me! While in Glacier on this last trip, I found myself shooting a particular scene that I would never have even tried to get away with on film or even without some serious exposure blending just a few years ago. A very contrasty … 
August 24th, 2011

Storm Light, Saint Mary Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Storm Light, Sainty Mary Lake, Glacier National Park
While on my recent trip to photograph and scout for a future workshop in Glacier National Park, I made it a goal to come away with at least one dramatic image from Saint Mary’s Lake, arguably the most photographed location in the park. The last time I was in Glacier was about 12 years ago … 
August 23rd, 2011

Triple Falls, Glacier National Park

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Triple-Falls
I am finally back home after a nine-day trip to Glacier National Park followed by a week in Charleston with my family on vacation. The trip to Glacier was productive, but incredibly frustrating. To start with, my first three days were absolutely horrid conditions for nature photography, blue bird blue skies and not a cloud … 
August 16th, 2010

Last Days of Summer, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By Ian Shive
SHIVE_MTGLACIERNP0810_0523
I managed to sneak a whopping two (yes, two!) days in last week for some hiking in Glacier National Park, Montana. I was hoping to spend more time but had to leave unexpectedly for a project back home in California. Regardless, the park never disappoints always offering meadows of August floral arrangements and the never-too-old-to-appreciate …