Nature and Landscape Photography, Photographic Journal of literary and Poetic Expressions
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Artistic Waters Yellowstone River
To capture the colors of the landscape, I used a dry brush technique in the above photos. The water has streaks of green as well as deep blue running fiercely over the rocks. I walked a trail along side of the rapids. There are too many rocks for white water rafting. This concludes my adventure at Yellowstone. We only visited from the South Entrance up to Washburn Mountain Range. It was a tiresome full day drive from Jackson Hole to Yellowstone and back. I could not take photos during the golden hours of 2 hours after sunrise and two hours before sunset. That is the best natural light for a landscape picture. The bright sun will fade out the brilliancy of colors of the landscape no matter what filters you use. The pigments of oil painting can bring out the gorgeous colors better then any photograph.