There is a lot to do and see in national parks. Here is a glimpse of what a day trip to Grand Teton National Park looks like…
Grand Teton National Park is a photographer’s paradise. There are many types of photography you can do in GTNP. It is one of the most popular places in the States to elope and take portraiture photography, and for good reason. It is no suprise that landscape photography is also popular in and around the park. Switch up the “norm” and take a few products into the park to do on location product photography. Taking a day trip to Grand Teton National Park is a great place to go and let your creativity shine.
The following photos were taken on my Canon R6.
This image was taken at Schwabacher’s Landing right outside of Grand Teton National Park. You do not need a national park pass to come here as it is outside of the park, however it is only open certain times of the year and may close for bear activity.
This view of the peaks was also taken from Schwabacher’s Landing.
All around the park there are gorgeous hidden gems, like this waterfall. This long exposure photograph created blurred motion with the water. I used a tripod to take this shot to avoid camera shake.
The National Parks are alive wildlife. Here is a moose yearling, who most likely had been recently kicked out by it’s mother, as she was to likely just have a baby.
Visit my blog post about photographing landscapes and wildlife in Yellowstone National Park.