LandScape Photo Ops

On the second day of my photography excursion I had the opportunity to visit Grand Teton National Park, which is gorgeous for landscape photography. I visited Teton Pass, a waterfall, and String Lake. I also got to photograph some moose and a pronghorn antelope!

The national parks are perfect for landscape photography as they provide perfect opportunities to use foreground, mid-ground, and background which helps create dimension and visual interest. Landscape photography is one of my favorite forms of photography because everything is just natural beauty. Every moment out of nature is different and to be able to capture a moment through a lens is such a wonderful opportunity and blessing.

For the landscape shots, I shot them in bracketing mode to better expose the highlights and the shadows. I then upped the saturation in post to draw more attention to the colors. For the wildlife photos I shot them using a 300 mm zoom lens and a fast shutter speed to capture their movements.

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