Colter Bay Campground
These are the last days of our stay in Grand Tetons before we head up to Yellowstone. Everyday has been a wonderful surprise. I got to travel around the park with Jack, a friend of mine from the San Antonio Camera Club. Then my wife Kim and I traveled almost exactly the same route, but it had a totally different, yet no less adventure filled feel. Then last night, Kim and I met up with Dick, another friend from the camera club. We had a nice dinner at the Colter Bay Restaurant, and then we were off to get the sunset at the iconic Oxbow Bend turnout.
Jack is just a little obsessed with capturing the perfect shot of a bear. So when I saw this stuffed bear exhibit where the park Rangers were demonstrating the right way to use bear spray, I took the picture below to tease him. Little did I know that he had already captured a great shot of a grizzly bear in Yellowstone. You can check him out at https://smithsuncommonadventures.wordpress.com.
Hey hey. Hope all is going well?
Nice pics. You are a lucky man. I need to learn how to post after editing. Can you recommend any tutorials.
Sorry that I can recommend any tutorials. I use Lightroom to process my photos. Sometime a little photoshop, but usually not. I then export them in Lightroom using a setting of about 500kb, and then email them to myself. I receive the email on my ipad where I save them to my pictures. I then use a program called Blogsy to actually post them.
If I happen to use a photo that I take using my iPhone, I use a free program called Snapseed to process the photos. It is a terrific program.
Good luck on your photo journey.
Enjoyed your great shots. I’m so glad you enjoyed the Grand Tetons. It is a site not to be missed by anyone! Stay safe on your journey!