Mar 26, 2014

Tetons in the Morning

I'm co-authoring a book on using Lightroom's Develop module to finish photographs, and it's a much bigger endeavor than I ever imagined. It's amazing how hard it is to make time to write! There are so many other things that one could do write blog posts...

This is an image I may or may not include in the book. I made it last summer when my family had a reunion in South East Idaho, just a stone's throw from the Tetons. I awoke very early, prodded my Mom and Dad out of bed, and we headed up the road to the Park. It was a terrific morning, and I think we got back in time for breakfast.

Nikon D800, 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens @28mm, f/16, 1/60s, ISO 400.


  1. wow!


  2. Levi, you didn't happen to mention how cold it was that morning. :) This is a nice shot.

  3. Levi, I just viewed your many amazing photos posted on your blog. Incredible talent. What a range of subjects that benefit from your keen eye. Thanks again for all your help and encouragement at the recent Speedlite class. I was so pleased to find everyone so willing to share ideas about improving photo skills. I have signed up for a four-day seminar in the Olympic Peninsula this June taught by Art Wolfe. In anticipation, I am studying and practicing my picture taking like crazy. Starting to work with speedlights. How frustrating...will take some time to learn. Don't be surprised is I call up to schedule lessons. All my best to you and your family, Christina Brittain, Quinn Mountain, Columbia River Gorge

  4. Christina, It's sure a pleasure to know you! I'm glad you came to that workshop, and I'm jealous for the one with Art Wolfe--that should be incredible. I'll talk to you soon!