November 27, 2010

Yellowstone & Grand Teton, September 2nd & 3rd, 2006

Canon 20D with 17-40/4.0L at 21mm, set in aperture priority mode at f/8.0, ISO 100, and 1/160th of a second. Exposures bias of +1/3, mounted on a cheep tripod.

This was another one of those great, early, trips to YNP and GTNP for me. I only had a 20D and 70-200/4.0L and 17-40/4.0L at this point, and had only been shooting digital for a year. Unfortunately, I was shooting mostly JPG files; but luckily I was shooting my better landscapes in RAW. This trip I was focusing on a project for an Environmental Ethics course where I was shooting litter, pollution, and the destruction of nature at the hand of man. I took the pair of sunrises and sunsets off, so I could shoot some classic landscape scenes, and still managed to get an "A" on the project.


p.s. Until this point only two or three of the images posted here have seen the light of day. The images for the project served their purpose well; but did not need to be shared here.

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