I had the privilege to shoot in at this magnificent mountain range. Some of these photos were taken early in the morning right at sunrise. The Grand Tetons live up to their name– “Grand.”

A lot of these photos were taken in direct sunlight on a very bright day. I had to bracket a few photos of the Grand Tetons so that I could keep some of the shadows, highlights and the sky.  

The trick with taking landscape photos is being able to find a new perspective. I’ve been taught to get low and turn around to find new angles. You can make anything within the frame you subject, whether it is an animal, a fence or a tree.

Get creative.  

Check out some more landscape photos here!

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography

Emily Russell Designs-Grand Teton National Park-Moody Landscape Photography