Henry H. Holdsworth Photography: Gray wolf, American bison, Photographer at geyser, Coyote, Lone tree, Geyser erupting at sunset, Pine Marten, Lone bison Eric Rock: Guide with travelers by scope, Travelers in heavy snow, Woman and telephoto lens
Eva Powers: Elk
Capture Stunning Scenery and Wildlife Images in the Silent Grandeur of Winter
Whether you're a pro or just starting out with photography, you'll want to read these crucial photo tips from our Natural Photographer blog before your Yellowstone Wolf & Wildlife Photo Safari. Enjoy a bundle of advice from expert photographer and Nat Hab photo guide Court Whelan, including useful articles about photo techniques, photographic styles and reviews of the latest camera gear. His tutorials will prepare you for photographing winter wildlife as you track bison, elk and wolves past Yellowstone’s frozen waterfalls, bubbling geysers and snowy peaks.
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Jackson, Wyoming is an outdoor lover’s paradise. It’s astonishingly close to both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, and a multitude of hikes, scenic drives, and prime wildlife watching areas...
It’s prime time for winter photography, and there may be no better place than Yellowstone in the winter to get the shots you’ve always wanted. From snowy Grand Tetons, to wildlife roaming free, it offers the...
From camera overviews, to explanations on the merits of certain lenses, these articles are a must-read for anyone thinking of investing in new gear (or simply wants to better understand gear they already have!).
From improving your composition to understanding aperture, these articles provides tools and tricks for photographers at all levels, to help you capture scenes and wildlife that you are supremely happy with.