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My Day With the Tetons.

Ok, I’m really excited about this post. Can I just say that the Grand Teton National Park is absolutely beautiful? I’m not really a nature person but I was blown away by how magical this place was. The snow just made it that much prettier. I remember feeling discouraged that day because I felt like I wasn’t getting any good pictures. Not to toot my own horn but I think that I ended up getting some pretty good shots. Alright, let’s talk wild life. Once again, not really a nature or animal person but shooting wild life was surprisingly fun. I don’t know man there’s something exhilarating about shooting wild life that I can’t really explain. Don’t worry mom I didn’t get too close to the animals, otherwise I wouldn’t be writing this post haha.

The process for each photo was a little bit different because they were all taken at different times of day. My first 2 pictures were taken in the morning so my camera settings were something like ISO 100, f/22, 1/8. A lot of my pictures kept getting blown out since it was so bright out so I had to keep adjusting my camera settings. For a lot of these pictures I had to climb on top of snow or allow myself to get knee deep to get a good shot. In my opinion, a good photographer will be willing to do whatever they have to do for a good shot. While this isn’t always safe, you gotta do what you gotta do.

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