The Teton Photography Group (TPG) is excited to announce it will hold a photography contest for its members for exhibition at the Teton County Library’s Gallery. The goal is to give exposure to members of the TPG and showcase the talent of our members.
The exhibit will hang in the gallery area of the Teton County Library from March 1-April 30. Images will hang for one month each to allow the maximum number of members to be showcased.
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The Historic Miller House is located on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, WY
. I pass by it regularly during the winter months as I drive to see the Bighorn Sheep at the base of Miller Butte. Over the years, I’ve photographed it many times. A couple of days ago, I stopped when I saw interesting light patterns beginning to develop behind the trees and structures. This page contains six of the 80 images, taken over a span of only three minutes.
Signs posted along the roadway
state visitors cannot stop their vehicles in the road, but Refuge officials say it is okay as long as no other vehicles are approaching in either direction. I took a series of photos out the window of my parked truck using a telephoto zoom lens at a distance of about 400 yards. I always
turn off my vehicle when photographing out the window.
This is the first shot taken at 2:54 PM
. I would have set up a tripod if conditions were workable
. It would help with consistent framing and composition across all of the shots, but there was no way I could have known the light would change enough to get this kind of variety. Furthermore, the closest parking spot was a hundred yard behind me. This event would have been long over by the time I parked and came back. Other than the raven flying through the scene and the threatening distant sky, this is a fairly boring and basic
image. Continue reading "Three Moody Minutes of Changing Light"
What are you thankful for on this Thanksgiving in 2017? Everything seems to be so terrible when the news reports things. When I speak to audiences, I gently remind people that if you look with negative glasses (TV), everything looks dark and gloomy. But if you look with a perspective of abundance and blessing, things actually look pretty darned good!
What are you thankful for?
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