Photographer Shows the Right Way to Photograph Wyoming Wildlife
We see people that visit Yellowstone and the Tetons do photography wrong so often, it's easy to forget how epic it can be when it's done right. One photographer recently visited our national parks in Wyoming and showed the proper way to take pictures of the wildlife we treasure.
Evan Watts is a wildlife and landscape photographer. He was in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park recently and was able to capture some incredible photos...the right way. Here's how he described his trip:
In this wildlife photography vlog, I photograph a variety of different animals in and around Yellowstone National Park. Much of the vlog is spent filming and photographing grizzly bears in Yellowstone, bison in Yellowstone, and I even get the opportunity to a photograph a grey wolf. Pronghorn and mountain goats are photographed as well, and I travel around Wyoming looking for wildlife to photograph in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Evan's grizzly, wolf and bison pics are stunning.
When Evan referred to the "399 Jam", he's talking about the sometimes abusive paparazzi that follow Grizzly 399 and her cubs. So many close encounters that endanger the photographers and the bears.
If you don't already, Evan Watts is a worthy follow on Instagram. I say let's reward those that respect our wildlife and capture these incredible photos the proper way.