Early Morning Walk - Buffalo Fork, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Early Morning Walk – Buffalo Fork, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

There is one part of sunrise photography that you might not have thought about. While these photos look peaceful and the morning certainly was, photographing the sunrise involves a fair amount of sprinting around, at least for me. There is a short period of time where the light is the best. I imagine some photographers scout out the best location and pick there shot and go with it. Not me. I try to get as many angles and compositions as possible. This one required descending a steep hill down to the river’s edge. This beautiful path wound along the water towards the mountains. I found it on an earlier scout trip with Melissa, so I knew it was there, but I couldn’t choose between this view and the view from the top of the hill. With a bit of sprinting, I didn’t have to choose.

This time-lapse video shows a moon set shoot from a few years ago:

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