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I took a newly converted infrared camera to nXnw2016 in the Grand Tetons. I had my first Fuji x-series camera, an X-E1, converted just before the trip.  I did not realize — and forgot to check — that it was returned in JPG shooting mode, so the shots from the first couple of days offer limited opportunity […]

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Mormon Row is an area in Grant Teton National Park that features several buildings that remain from an early 19th Century settlement of a few Mormon families. The most famous structure is Moulton Barn, but this structure known as the Pink House is fairly well known as well. One of the facts of life as a […]

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I have a lot of pictures of this barn, so I hope you won’t get tired of my posting them. I have yet to post the classic shot from a more direct angle, with the morning sun casting a golden glow over the scene.  There are few alternative compositions available, and heading over to this […]

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We drove up here to the Jackson Point Overlook on our first morning after hitting the Schwabacher Landing for sunrise.  There is a limited view here but it is still quite stunning. It is one of those scenes where you look and just literally exclaim.  I believe I actually said “Oh my God” out loud.  I do […]

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I shot one roll of Purple Lomochrome film in Grand Teton National Park, and one roll of Red Lomochrome.  Both use emulsions that play with standard color channels.  I’ll have more on the red later, but I was very pleased with the effect of the purple.  I got another roll of purple back from the […]

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