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Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Blog, Design, Nature | 0 comments

Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around The Tetons

Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around The Tetons

So guys, I’ve been talking for the past few weeks about how awesome my trip to the Sky Mountain Lodge a month ago was… Well, it was awesome. I got to take tons of pictures, and I was able to share my time with some awesome people, who also happen to be awesome photographers. It was an inspiring weekend! During our trip we made multiple stops around Victor ID, around Jackson Hole WY, and other places around… We called these stops Fine Art Photo Op Stops, or FAPOS for short. I got some nice pictures, guys. I think I’ll go ahead and show them to you guys.

But before I do… I have to tell you what I did to get these awesome pictures! So I actually edited all of these in Photoshop. I made them more vibrant and a little darker (I overexposed these a bit) and I am happy with what I ended up. I did want to talk a bit more about the river photo… I used a ND (Neutral Density) Filter for my lens and I used a very slow shutter speed to get that smooth effect for the water. I used a ND Filter because it was in the middle of the day, and if we were to use a slow shutter speed at that time, my picture would have been completely white… That is where the ND Filter helps you by darkening your image just enough so that you can create that awesome effect! Thanks to Caryn Esplin for letting me know about this stuff!

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

 

 

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons: This is my favorite picture!

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

 

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Fine Art Photo Op Stops Around the Tetons

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