In an extreme effort to capture the Grand Tetons in a different way (and because it was so foggy in Jackson we couldn't even see the Tetons), my friend Joe and I deiced to go above the clouds and look back down. It took optimism to believe such a vantage point even existed, lots of convince store crackers and good snowshoes, but we made it happen. It was -23 degrees. (note: this is Not from Snake River Overlook, but from the Sawtooth range about 1.5 hours from Jackson via car and then some snowshoeing) The Tetons looked Huge from here climbing out of the clouds and I still can't believe I've never seen an image from this spot!! More to come....
Tomorrow at 10am pst I will be giving a free webinar on how I use Nik Silver Effex Pro 2 and present images in Zenfolio. Nik is limiting this webinar to 1000 people and it is almost completely full! Sign up HERE
If you are not using Silver Effex to process Black & White images you are missing out.....it is incredible!
A big thanks to www.borrowlenses.com/ , who helped me out in a big way last minute with some gear for this trip! They are really in the photographers corner. Check them out if you need to rent gear.