The magnificent Grand Teton National Park provides sanctuary for spectacular wildlife. In this series of videos, outdoor photographer Doug Gardner will show you how to track these elusive wild creatures, design a shooting plan, and make quick decisions as you photograph animals on the move.
Doug will show. You will learn about aperture priority, exposure compensation, and teleconverter lenses. You will also learn the importance of quick decisions as you make exposures in the fickle lighting of winter. Travel to the gorgeous Grand Tetons with pro shooter Doug Gardner, who says that it’s not just the photograph, but it’s also the outdoor experience.
MORE IN THIS COURSE:
Wildlife in Grand Teton National Park – Course Preview
Photographing Bison in the Wild
Photographing Wild Coyote
Tips for Photographing Moose in their Natural Habitat
Tips for Photographing and Capturing Wildlife