Shots taken today in the Grands Tetons from Van 2 of Group 1.
Shot 1 is of Steve Dohrmann setting up a shot of the Tetons.
Shot 2 is of a beaver dam, pond and lodge just up from Schwabacher Landing. Note the threatening clouds over the mountains.
Shot 3 is of the cheeky little blighter of a Chipmonk at Jenny Lake Overlook that shortly after this shot jumped up onto the rock next to me and took quick peek inside my pocket to check whether I'd opened my M&Ms yet.
Shot 4 is the male elk we spotted with just after Jenny Lake and was our last stop of the day.
I was a little concern that you wouldn’t be able to do a lot of shooting today? I was watching the web cam at Old Faithful at about 3:00 this afternoon and I could see about 50 people standing there watching the eruption. Most of them were wearing rain gear or using umbrellas, it looked like it was raining pretty hard.
Great Photos from Group 1, I hope we can post many more.
I was watching the web cam from Old Faithful today and noticed a group of guys waiting for the photo-op, they were alone and waited a very long time. There were 4 of them with massive tripods and large camera bags so I expect they were Group 2. I was hoping they were having as great a time as we did.
I agree. It looks different on my laptop here in Jackson - it has more snap in Lightroom, both in RAW and the processed JPEG. For some reason it comes out duller on pbase. Some type of calibration issue perhaps.
Stan, It was also a pleasure meeting and spending the week with you and the others in such a beautiful location. Your energy and love for photography never ceased to amaze me (clean living I suppose). Hopefully, our paths will cross again sometime in the future.
I hope this looks ok on everybody's monitors. I adjusted this on my laptop which is not the best of situations.
We are getting some rain and the forecast is snow showers. We printed this out to 13x19 with the HP 9180 tonight and it looks great! Thank you Tom Hubbard and HP for providing the printer and media and a very interesting presentation.
This shot is amazing, especially with the mountains in the background. How close were you, and what lens did you shoot this with? I hope I can get stuff as good as what I've seen so far when I'm there next week.
This is my first photo upload of the ANPAT7, 1st group, Van 3.
It is dedicated to my roommate, Thomas Trujillo,a confessed admirer of my IR shots. It cannot be a better shot to start with than to show a IR portrait of him while capturing on the first day of the trip. Tech data: Nikon D70 ir converted, Nikkor 300 AFS f4 1/500 X F4, ISO 400. Converted to b&w in CS2 Comments are wellcome.
Jose Andres Basbus photographing me at Mammoth Springs in Yellowstone - undoubtedly in IR format! Not long after this photo was taken, you could have substituted the D70 and lens for a rifle and scope when I suggested that Brazil had a better soccer team than Argentina !
very cool John. I like it very much, especially, for the curving of the street. I suggest posting on the gallery created for this ANPAT by JRP and, btw, see some of the ir of mine already available. Stay tuned.
Jose, Big John and Just Bob shooting long exposures around midnight at the Terraces at Mammoth Creek. We were blessed with mostly clear skies and a nearly clear moon. D200, 20mm lens, ISO 200, 30 seconds