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sweetpea72 June 04, 2014
Simply gorgeous :)
Ed_Erglis_Photography June 04, 2014
Thank You! :) glad you liked!)
Capture-Life June 04, 2014
WOWIE ..! as usual :):)
Ed_Erglis_Photography June 04, 2014
Thanks for kind of comment! :)
malijohn June 04, 2014
Napakaganda! That's very beautiful in my language.
Ed_Erglis_Photography June 05, 2014
I hope you right! :)
traceprinslooreppin June 08, 2014
...wonderful image...a beautiful capture :-)
cmreyn789 June 17, 2014
This is amazing :)
dimmc September 26, 2014
Just beautiful! You have an amazing gallery Ed :)
Ed_Erglis_Photography September 26, 2014
Thank you so much! Glad you liked! :) my pleasure!!!
Cjrphotodesigns November 20, 2014
Awesome capture, and of course, the reflections.
Ed_Erglis_Photography November 20, 2014
Thank you!
kunriyanto May 11, 2015
great pic
Ed_Erglis_Photography May 11, 2015
Thank you! :)
synergySB52 May 11, 2015
Congratulations on your Cloud Painting Award! Very well deserved! I lived at Coulter Bay for a time and you have captured the beauty extraordinarily well! The white cloud on The Grand is so typical.....The Tetons create their own clouds almost every afternoon....Brilliant!
Ed_Erglis_Photography May 11, 2015
I'm really appreciate your comment and your thoughts! I'm thankful and happy today, thanks for stopping by! I love Tetons. Amazing place on the Earth!
texaaronpueschel June 13, 2015
Ummmmmmmmmm, g0-o-d!!!!!!
Ed_Erglis_Photography June 13, 2015
Thank You sooooooo much! :)
ppuru July 21, 2015
Superb shot. Voted
Ed_Erglis_Photography July 21, 2015
Thank You so much! Appreciate that!
garymcmillan December 03, 2015
Lovely picture
Ed_Erglis_Photography December 03, 2015
Thank You so much! :)
HopeCharmaine September 28, 2016
Beautiful long exposure! I love the light on the peaks.

Time Stops over Tetons

This is one of my best photos which is 2014 Finalist of Outdoor Photographer's American Landscape 2014
This is one of my best photos which is 2014 Finalist of Outdoor Photographer's American Landscape 2014
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Nik Software Collection
Contest Finalist in Cloud Painting Photo Contest
Superb Composition
Absolute Masterpiece
Peer Award
Top Choice
Magnificent Capture
Outstanding Creativity
Superior Skill
All Star
Exceptional Contrast
One Of A Kind
Jaw Dropping

Submitted to Photo Contests

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Behind The Lens

Schwabacher Landing, Jackson, Wyoming
Early morning right before sunrise.
Well its the first twilight you get before sun comes up. Its Long Exposure shoot
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, Manfrotto 055CXPRO Tripod, Really Right Stuff BH-40 Ballhead & L-Plate, Singh Ray 4 stop ND Filter, Remote
Landscape and clouds!!! :-))) Actually You cant have bad picture with Tetons,probably that's why this photo is American Landscape 2014 Finalist Contest runned by Outdoor Photographer.
Yes I did post processing in Lightroom. Some sort of regular adjustments with sliders you usually do. Contrast clarity white balance (since I shoot Auto WB I know I have to check it later). Than I needed to get out colors from RAW and here I used HUE section in Lr to work with separate colors like blue in this point and than finally sharpening with sharpening mask in Lr.
In my camera bag
Canon 5D Mark III, 3 Batteries, Lenses: 8-15mm f4L Fisheye, Zeiss 15mm Distagon T* f/2.8 ZE, Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II USM, Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, Canon 100mm f/2.8L USM Macro, Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM, Teleconverters 1.4x and 2x, Singh Ray filters ND 2 stop, 3 stop, 4 stop, 10 stop, Singh Ray GND 3 & 4 stop, Singh Ray 95mm CPL, 5 remotes, Really Right Stuff BH-40 Ballhead and L shape Plate, Manfrotto 055 CBPro 3 Tripod, Formatt filter Holder For square filters, lens and camera cleaning stuff.
This is long exposure shoot so need to do it before sunrise or after sunset, Set camera on bulb mode and don't forget to use the steady tripod and remote. Camera Settings: ISO 100 f/22 (to be sharp from front to back all the way)and now its time for time range. For this shoot it was 300 sec. so 5 mins to get the strikes from clouds in the sky. all depends how wind blows, but thats the timing and luck of your visit. If it gets too light you can always use ND filters as many stops you think you need.

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