YNP October 29 & 30, 2011 (Report/Photos)

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YNP October 29 & 30, 2011 (Report/Photos)

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I have made many trips to Yellowstone from the end of October through present, and all but my most recent are online, but I have been too busy to get individual posts online.
You can make the jump over to my blog to read short reports about these trips:
http://blog.shumwayphotography.com/2012 ... stone.html

If you want to skip straight to the gallery full of images you can do that here:
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 858_L5ZLp5
Make the jump to go through the online gallery, I ask that you leave comments/criticism or at least give your favorites a thumbs up... THANKS!

If you have questions, ask... I published the camera information with each image and have added full keywords to share just about anything you would want to know about the images.

Happy shooting

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A trumpeter swan takes off from the Yellowstone River in late October. Captured with a Canon7D and 500/4.0L IS + 1.4 TC III in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 1/3 at ISO800, f/5.6, and 1/2500th of a second. The camera was mounted on a Gitzo 3540XLS tripod and Induro GBH2 head with a custom long lens support (the tripod was not fully set up).

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A bison cow and calf walk through a field of grass along the shores of the Firehole River as steam rises from thermal features behind. Captured with a Canon 5D II and 70-200/2.8L IS II in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 2/3 at ISO400, f/7.1, and 1/400th of a second. The camera was handheld.

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An American Bald Eagle soars above the Firehole River in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 7D and 500/4.0L IS in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 7/3 at ISO400, f/4.0, and 1/1250th of a second. The camera was handheld.

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Clepsydra and Spasm Geysers erupt shortly after Fountain Geyser in the Lower Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D II and 17-40/4.0L in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO100, f/11, and 1/250th of a second. The camera was handheld.

I am sorry for the delay, and for the rather brief report from each of these trips.
Dave M. Shumway
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http://DaveShumway.com
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