Yellowstone Spring Workshop updates and quick tips – Day 6

June 11, 2010

Photo Tips

View from Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons, NP - ©2010 Juan A. Pons (click the image to enlarge)

What an amazing morning we had, clear skies, bright sun, clear views of the Tetons, warm weather… We could not have asked for more. We made some great images of the Tetons from multiple locations, some of us did panoramas, some HDR, some even HDR panoramas.

We later also got the opportunity to make images from the famous Oxbow bend, where you can see Mt. Moran reflected on the Snake River.

Quick Tip: Persistance and perseverance is key to making both great and unique images, work the same subject often, in different weather conditions, different light, different seasons, etc. You’ll be amazed how different the same subject looks.

P.S. This may be the past post I can make until after the workshop is done. The location we’ll be spending the next two nights does not have any internet connectivity and there is no wireless service. If this is the case I’ll finish off with one last post on sunday from the Bozeman airport.

If you’d like to join me on a Yellowstone photo workshop in the future, make sure to sign-up for my newsletter to be notified as soon as the new workshop dates are announced. Workshops fill up fast, so make sure to sign-up quickly.

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2 Responses to “Yellowstone Spring Workshop updates and quick tips – Day 6”

  1. Gary Mencimer Says:

    Sorry to be a spoiler, but you do not see any of the Tetons from Oxbow Bend.
    You see Mt. Moran, Thor, and Woodring.
    The Tetons are further south and are named, Grand, Middle, and South.


  2. Juan Pons Says:


    You are right… these are the perils of posting while on the run. Not the first nor last mistake.

    Thanks for the correction.



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