Spring in The Tetons

There is still some spots available for our Spring in The Tetons Workshop.  If you've ever thought about going, this is an excellent time to be there!

There is still plenty of snow on the mountains and wildflowers blooming in the foreground for your wide, vista, landscape shots.  Wildlife is starting to shake the cold off, get out and around and babies start showing up for interesting wildlife photo ops.  

If you are interested in learning more about the workshop, click the link here.

Here is one of the amazing opportunities we had out there last year.  We got to spend several minutes photographing this Great Grey Owl.  It was liked he posed just for us!  He sat on this branch for several minutes...some of us even stopped shooting  and took time to enjoy the moment.

ISO 400, 309mm, F/8 @ 1/200th second

I was able to capture this image of the owl with my Canon 7D and Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD Lens.  I was also able to shoot at a slower shutter speed than normal by have a sturdy base.  This time I choose my Vanguard Abeo Plus 323CT Tripod and BBH-200 Ballhead.