I just completed a photography workshop in the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. It was a great experience and I had a great time photographing the wonderful landscapes and wildlife in the area. This photograph of the Teton Mountain Range was taken during the first day of the workshop. We were on our way back from the airport and I did not have my photography gear available so I had to rely on my iPhone to take this photograph. I decided to use it to take a multi-row panorama of the range.
The Teton Mountain Range is part of the Rocky Mountains and runs north and south on the eastern side of Wyoming. It is located south of Yellowstone National Park. Most of the east slope of the range is within the Grand Teton National Park. We stopped at one of the overlooks off of the main highway to photograph the wonderful vista.
This image was taken with the back camera of my iPhone 6 Plus. The camera was set on Normal mode with the aperture set at f/2.2, shutter speed at 1/1250th of a second and the ISO set at 32. This multi-row panorama was created using 24 photographs (3 rows, 8 images per row) and stitched together using Lightroom. I completed the processing in Photoshop and Nik Color Efex Pro.
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