Here are a few photos I made (June 2017) while visiting the Grand Teton National Park. This was my third trip, and I wanted to make more landscape photos than I normally do. I did a lot of hiking near most of the lakes in the area so I packed light. I left my wildlife camera at camp and carried my Fuji X100T camera. I took my wildlife camera out some and got a few wildlife photos. Wildlife was not my major thing that trip.
How I Got The Shots – Grand Teton National Park
I was hand holding a Fuji X100T camera.
• Location: Wyoming
• Date Taken: June 4, 2017
• Aperture: f11
• Shutter speed: 1/250 sec.
• ISO: 200
• Exposure Bias: 0 EV
• Exposure Mode: Aperture Priority
• Focal Length: 23 mm
• Camera: Fujifilm X100T