30 Pages of How to Shoot Photos in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is my favorite national park to shoot. Not only have I been there multiple times and know the park extremely well, but the variety of objects you can photograph are unlimited.
Low elevations provide excellent opportunities for wildflowers in the spring, grassy meadows with foliage in the fall, and amazing waterfalls. You can learn how to photograph waterfalls in the Smokies USING THIS LINK.
Higher elevations can provide turbulent weather and amazing sunrise and sunsets.
I've spent weeks at a time shooting the Smokies and have put together a great portfolio of images of East Tennessee and Western North Carolina.
One of the unfortunate trends that I've seen photographers take in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is how they shoot locations. Typically people will photograph during sunrise and sunset hours.
That's great! Except you are only using a minimal portion of the day and wasting the rest.
The truth is, you can actually shoot in the Smokies, and other locations for that matter, for 24 hours. You can also find something to photograph in all weather conditions. This is what I'm passionate about in photography; getting you to maximize your time shooting.
To help you best, I created this deck that consists of 30 pages of content for how you can take photos for 24 hours in the Smokies (and other locations). I'm extremely proud of this deck and truly hope that it helps you take better photos.
THE GEAR I USE:
THE ONLY DRONE YOU'LL EVER NEED
MY DO-IT-ALL CAMERA
THE LENS I USE FOR ALL THE ZOOMS
MY FAVORITE LENS EVER
MY TRUSTY TRIPOD SIDEKICK
MY OVERNIGHT CAMERA BAG
THE DAY PACK I USE
THE MIC I USE FOR CRISPY AUDIO
MY COMPUTER (NOT A MAC)
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