Shooting Landscape Photography in Grand Teton National Park
Some of my favorite fine art photographs I’ve taken have come from incredible landscapes I’ve been able to capture. I’ve had some incredible moments in my life, in terms of photography, just as the great Ansel Adams has described. He once said, “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” The world we have around us is amazing and I’ve had the privilege to travel to Grand Teton National Park to take in and photograph some of the best landscapes I have seen in my lifetime. In this instance I’ve had to battle inclement weather, but it has given me some incredible situations and subjects to photograph.
During this photography trip I only had a zoom lens, so I decided to do a panorama series of the locations I visited in Grand Teton National Park to get that wide view a typical wide angle lens would’ve captured. My first panorama is of the infamous Mormon Row Barns.
Probably my favorite panorama from my trip, this was such a pleasure to photograph this fine art and landscape photograph. A group of photographers and I traveled to String Lake in Grand Teton National Park.
Even though I got a stunning landscape panorama of String Lake, I decided to capture a bracketed shot of the corner of String Lake.
During my four-day trip, I had the awesome opportunity to stay at the Sky Mountain Lodge in Victor, Idaho. Nestled in the foothills of some mountains, it offered some great landscape and fine art photographs.
Down the road from the lodge, we got some photos of cute horses who definitely had some model poses they whipped out for the photographers. 😀
On our way to photograph these awesome horses the sun was setting right behind these row of trees and made for some awesome light and great fine art.
And lastly, my favorite type of photography in the world, I was able to capture some astrophotography even though the whole night was filled with clouds and stormy weather.