Signal Mtn

Waiting

Waiting for Godot  
© Miles Hecker

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SEASONS

In winter the most promising landscape photo opportunity exists if you pursue what I like to call macro landcape or detail shots. The interplay between snow, mist and light can be quite interesting in many of the thermal regions. A single tree or group of trees can drift eerily in and out of the fog created near thermal hot springs. The trick of course, is finding just the right composition and combination for the shot. I think you'll find that the challenge is one worth taking.

 

TIMES

 

In Yellowstone the constantly changing weather and geothermal conditions control the light and with it your opportunities. As such any time during the day might end up being a good time to shoot. The above shot was taken at a 300mm equivalent focal length.

LENS & FILTERS

LENS: 70-300mm on a full frame camera, 70-200mm on a crop sensor camera

FILMS

Slide films: Fuji Provia 100F or Astia 100F

Negative films: Fuji Reala

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