Last November I spent a month in Wyoming’s Wind River range photographing wildlife. The prime directive of this trip was bighorn sheep. With an especially warm autumn, the sheep were late to the party. However, […]
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Wildlife Tracking skills for Serious Photographers
I am very pleased to announce that this coming year we are going to be adding something new to our Tetons and Yellowstone photography workshops. There are two books that I view to be absolute […]
Rut in the Tetons
With a chance of snow in the immediate forecast, the golden hues of aspen and narrow leaf cottonwoods lighting up the edges of the forest, the evening bugles of elk filling the air, and the […]
So You Want to be a Better Wildlife Photographer?
So you want to be a better wildlife photographer? No problem. Learn your camera and get a big lens. Did that already? Still don’t understand what your missing? Yeah, its a bit more complex than […]