Today I'm sharing another image from the Tetons. This image was made at Schwabachers Landing. Although it wasn't made at the "iconic" location that you see most of the images from this area. It was made just up the road a bit.
I actually prefer this spot over the "iconic" spot. To tell you the truth, I've never really gotten fired up about the "iconic" spot. It's just a scene that doesn't do much for me. I've been there several times and it's just never gotten me excited, even when the light has been great.
I like this spot because of the way you can include the river rocks as a foreground anchor. I also like how you are able to use the river as a lead in line. You do give up the reflections, though, so that's the trade off. And, I'm OK with that, personally.
So, this image was made with my Sony A7R, LA-EA4 Lens Adapter and Tamron 24-70mm Lens. I also used a Marumi Circular Polarizer to kill glare off of the rocks and water's surface.
Then I processed the image using Lightroom and On1's Perfect Effects. I used a preset in Perfect Effects called "Vecchio". This effect was nice, but much too strong for me out of the box. Since everything in Perfect Effects is in layers and works very similarly to Photoshop in that regard, I simply dialed back the opacity of this effect until I was pleased. That's it...nothing fancy at all. Just pushed a few buttons. ;)