PHOTOGRAPHY TIP OF THE MONTH

Welcome to our monthly photography tips column helping you to get the most from your image making while visiting the Tetons, Greater Yellowstone Eco-system and Jackson, Wyoming.

Macro Teton Ice by Jay Goodrich

MUD SEASON MACRO

March in the Tetons often provides some of the most difficult photography conditions you’ll find, but it also regularly provides […]

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Forest Snow Storm on Film by Jay Goodrich

BRINGING BACK THE FILM ROMANCE

“There has been an awakening, have you felt it?” OUR VIEW OF DIGITAL It seems the photography industry is leaving […]

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2016 Photography Project Photo by Jay Goodrich

2016 PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

As we progress further into 2016, you’re going to read stories of new beginnings, starting over, important resolutions and big […]

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Holiday Wishes Post Photo by Jay Goodrich

HOLIDAY WISHES

As 2015 winds down, and 2016 gets closer and closer, perhaps a moment of reflection is appropriate. As we all […]

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Photography Gifts Post Photo by Jay Goodrich

PHOTOGRAPHY GIFTS

Photographers are notoriously difficult to buy for. This month’s tip is geared towards helping you provide a list of some […]

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A STRONG FOUNDATION IS THE KEY TO A GREAT PHOTOGRAPH

Adages like “A building is only as strong as its foundation” are used for a reason: they’re true. When building […]

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Sunrise Moran by Jay Goodrich

SIZING IMAGES CORRECTLY FOR YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE

With Facebook being the 800 lb gorilla in the room, sizing images correctly for your Facebook page is extremely important […]

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Teton Sunset by Jay Goodrich

GRADUATED NEUTRAL DENSITY FILTERS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

Imagine if you will…a rectangular glass or resin filter, having only half of the glass coated with a dark coating […]

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