String Lake Reflections
Grand Teton National Park, WY - 2009
It is hard not to love being a photographer when working in a location like Grand Teton National Park in north west Wyoming here in the US. This range of mountains is famous for its dramatic rise out of Jackson Valley, offering killer view points around every corner. One of my favorite spots is shooting on String Lake, just north of the more popular and much larger Jenny Lake. Not only are there less visitors here, but because the body of water is much smaller, you have a better chance of finding great reflections....which is an element of photography that I am certainly a sucker for.
The image was created using LREnfuse (Adobe Lightroom Plugin) to blend 7 images together and then +Nik Software
's Color Efex Pro 4 and +onOne Software
's Photo Tools 2.6 (from their last Suite).Image Info:
Camera: Canon 1D Mark III
Lens: Canon 24-70 2.8L
Exposure: f / 8.0 at 1/80th, 1/125, 1/200, 1/320, 1/500, 1/800, 1/1250
High resolution version coming once the new website goes live...