Yellowstone, September 15 & 16, 2012 (Report/Photos)

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Yellowstone, September 15 & 16, 2012 (Report/Photos)

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You can read the trip report here:
http://blog.shumwayphotography.com/2012 ... -2012.html
Inside of the blog post are links to images (as I write about them).

If you want to skip straight to the gallery full of images you can do that here:
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 204_dWsJcj
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

Now it's time for the teasers:
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The sun rises over Beartooth Lake to the North of Yellowstone National Park along the Beartooth Highway. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 24-105/4.0L IS in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 1/3 at ISO800, f/7.1, and 1/125th of a second. The camera was handheld.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... P&lb=1&s=A

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A grizzly bear looks around after napping for hours along the Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 7D and 500/4.0L IS + 1.4TC III in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO200, f/7.1, and 1/400th of a second. The camera was mounted on a Gitzo 3540XLS and Induro GHB2 gimbal head.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 8&lb=1&s=A

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The Cygnet Fire burns in the middle of Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 7D and 70-200/2.8L IS II + 1.4TC III in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO200, f/7.1, and 1/400th of a second. The camera was handheld.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... P&lb=1&s=A

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The sun rises through smoke from the Cygnet Fire in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 70-200/2.8L IS II in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO400, f/7.1, and 1/250th of a second. The camera was handheld.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... W&lb=1&s=A

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The Firehole River pours over Firehole Falls in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 70-200/2.8L IS II in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 1 1/3 at ISO100, f/11, and 1/6th of a second. The camera was mounted on a Gitzo 3540XLS and Induro GHB2 gimbal head.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 6&lb=1&s=A

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Great Fountain Geyser erupts on a fall afternoon in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 24-105/4.0L IS in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO200, f/11, and 1/250th of a second. The camera was handheld and a Singh-Ray LB Polarizer was used.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 8&lb=1&s=A

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A still life of fall leaves on a downed aspen tree in Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 24-105/4.0L IS in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of 0 at ISO800, f/13, and 1/80th of a second. The camera was handheld.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... C&lb=1&s=A

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Snow covers a canvas of fall foliage and boulders atop the Beartooth Pass just North of Yellowstone National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 24-105/4.0L IS in aperture priority mode with an exposure bias of + 2/3 at ISO400, f/11, and three different shutter speeds were used to make an in camera HDR image. The camera was handheld.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... H&lb=1&s=A

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Re: Yellowstone, September 15 & 16, 2012 (Report/Photos)

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Dave,

Wonderful stuff as always. It's good to see someone out there doing it. Comments/criticism? I'd prefer a little less saturation on some of the initial photos (at the link).

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Re: Yellowstone, September 15 & 16, 2012 (Report/Photos)

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Thanks, and I agree...the In Camera HDR shots tend to be too saturated/vibrant for my taste too, but some folks eat that stuff up, so I do some of both :)

Thanks again


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