An Amazing June 2010 Yellowstone/Grand Teton Trip

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Triplenickle, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. Triplenickle macrumors regular

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    I lead a Group of 8 other photographers on a Yellowstone/ Grand Teton trip June 4-11, 2010. The wildlife viewing was nothing short of amazing. There were bears everywhere it seemed.... I think we saw about everything at one time or another.

    We spent a day in the Grand Teton National Park and it was spectacular as well.

    Early-Mid June is the best time to visit Yellowstone....IMHO.

    Here are a couple of images from the trip.

    I put together a slideshow (it current has 60 images, will be adding some more) here at http://galloimages.zenfolio.com/ Click on the link and the slideshow starts up automatically.

    Enjoy!
    Mark

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  2. sprtnbsblplya macrumors regular

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    I really like the second one with the reflection of the landscape in the glassy water.
    I've never managed to find a remote lake on a windless day to take a perfect shot like this.
     
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    ^ I've been told a good way to get that effect is with a long exposure, but the slightest wind would make any surrounding plants look blurry.

    Them photos are excellent and inspiring!
     
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    Wow great pictures. I went there last year around the same time.
     
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    Awesome pictures. Love to visit there one day. :)
     
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  8. Triplenickle thread starter macrumors regular

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    90% of the wildlife was the Canon 7D and the Canon 500 f4L; 10%
    40D and the 100-400 L.

    The landscapes were the Canon 50D with the f 2.8 17-55mm and the 10-22mm.
     

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