Capturing the Beauty of the Tetons

Nothing is better than capturing the Tetons. They look so majestic and nothing is more impressive than seeing the sunrise. So I woke up very early to go take pictures of them, and sadly the clouds covered the mountains so I missed the sunrise. I did make the most of my time there so I did get some cool overcast images. Although I did get very lucky later that day. I was in Jackson and then all of the sudden some moose started walking through the center of town!!

Here are some tips on how to take images of landscapes and wildlife.

My tips are to have a deep depth of field. When capturing animals be quiet, respectful, and try to keep your distance. I was a bad example and I was standing still and the two moose walked right past me. (I would be lying if I didn’t say I was tempted to pet it.) It was only later that I found out moose are very dangerous animals.

Winter Landscape, Snow Storm, Winter River, River Landscapes

Winter Landscape, Winter Forrest, Winter Sun Landscape

Winter Landscape, Snowshoeing, Winter Sports,

Jackson Wyoming, Moose, Wildlife photography, Moose under antler arch

Jackson Wyoming, Moose, Wildlife photography, Moose under antler arch

Jackson Wyoming, Moose, Wildlife photography, Baby moose under antler arch