Outdoor Adventure abounds in Jackson, Wyoming
In September, I had the opportunity to take a scenic six hour drive up to Jackson, Wyoming to spend the week shooting with some of the top outdoor adventure photographers and editors in the business. I'll be sharing some of the images and stories from my Jackson adventure here.
Whitewater kayaking on the Snake River
In the pre-dawn darkness, we gathered in front of the Snow King Resort Hotel to board a bus to Jackson Hole Whitewater to spend the day on the river shooting some of Jackson's whitewater talent doing their thing on the rapids. Outfitted with pfds and neoprene booties, we arrived at the put-in to golden morning sun filtering through the fog rising from the river. It was perfection, and the day just got better as our guides shuttled us and our camera gear down the river.
Afternoon on the river
The fog burned off, and the guides graciously picked lines through the rapids that were least likely to splash too much water on our camera gear, but we got plenty wet regardless. Shooting moving boats from a moving boat was no match for the Nikon 3-D autofocus feature, and as my memory cards filled up, I knew I was in for a hard edit!
A lunch break allowed us ample opportunities to shoot from the shore as the kayakers played in rapids nearby. Here are a few of my favorites from the afternoon.
Check back for more outdoor adventure. . . Camping, Climbing, Trail Running. . .
And if you're intrigued about how I got the opportunity to spend the week working with the likes of Corey Rich, Lucas Gilman, Bo Bridges, Bob Smith, Dave Black, Jen Edney, Ryan Taylor, Brad Smith, Scott Willson, and Ron Taniwaki, well check out Summit Workshops Adventure Photography Workshop. The participants the workshop attracts are all pretty dang amazing photographers as well. I am more than grateful to have met all of the ridiculously talented people who participated!