Grand Tetons Landscape Photography

Chasing angels or fleeing demons, go to the mountains.” – Jeffery Rasley

These are a series of landscape image I took on my last trip to the Grand Teton National Park. I found that I especially love using a closer zoom lens for landscape comparing to the wide angle lens. The zoom lens can bring mountain much much closer to the viewer and have the theme of being in the that beautiful scenery of peaceful teton.

📷: Canon 5D Mark IV
Lens: Sigma 70-200 at 200mm
(f/14, 1/2000s ISO 800)

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The following two images are taken in the same time and same location, the only change is it was two different angle. One of the things I learn from Caryn Esplin is to always look back and try different perspectives while taking landscapes.

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rying a different style of landscape editing.
Inspiration: @christianschaffer
Go check out her landscape! It’s phenomenal.

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While on our way to Teton, our instructor Caryn Esplin brought us to this small creek on the side of the road. This image might be my favourite image from this trip!

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