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on Nov 2, 2008 in Landscape Photography, Yellowstone Life

Doing a little catch up #1

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We’re in Bozeman at the moment, getting ready to film that next segment in our Kelby Training series, this time the big game of Yellowstone (the more you watch them, the more I’ll be able to produce for you ya know). Since I have a couple of moments off, I took to processing some of the landscapes I was able to capture last week in Yellowstone.

Roaring Mtn is this place you drive and most of the time, you can’t tell how it got its name. Well, go by when it’s 24degrees and you see it come to life. Steam pours out of many fissures on the hillside. It just takes the breeze to take the vents in one direction or the other and you have a totally different scene and photograph. Shooting it was a challenge in that without some reference, it just looks like, well, a steamy hillside. With a foreground anchor point and a little Bleach ByPass, the image comes to life.

Photo captured by D3, 70-300VR on Lexar UDMA digital film