Landscape and Wildlife Photography in a Snowstorm in Grand Teton National Park

Photography (and a lot of driving around in the snow) in Jackson Hole during a nice snowstorm. Oh, and I take a picture of a fire hydrant… A landscape and wildlife photography vlog with Steve Mattheis.

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Vlogging gear I use:
Canon G7x Mk II
Panasonic Lumix G85
Sony FDRX3000 Action Cam
Rode VideoMicro Mic

Cameras I use:
Nikon D850
Nikon D500
Fuji X-T2
Fuji X-T20 (converted to Infrared)

Lenses I use:
Nikon 24-70mm
Nikon 70-200mm
Nikon 70-300mm
Nikon 600mm
Nikon 300mm
Nikon 200-500mm
Sigma 100-400mm
Sigma 120-300mm
Fuji 16-55mm
Fuji 50-140mm
Fuji 100-400mm

Supports I use:
Beanbag –
Gitzo Series 3 Tripod
Gitzo Series 5 Tripod
Wimberley Gimbal Head
Ball Head
Sling Strap
Backpack sling strap


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Comments 13

  1. Interesting to hear your thought process. Maybe the YouTube channel increases expectations to get a epic shot on every vlog. It is an art and landscape and critters just don’t always cooperate but when they do….you are usually there. Your channel gives me a lot of good ideas and inspiration to get out and shoot. Much appreciated. Thx.

  2. Very much enjoyed the video and images of that gorgeous day. You went into the park to see who wanted their picture taken and it was a fire hydrant decked out in it’s best bling and hat. Awesome.

  3. Brilliant video. I like the combination of landscape and wildlife within the one video. You've got yourself a sub! I've just started photography vlogging myself, if you get a chance i'd really appreciate some feedback on my videos. Keep up the good work and look forward to more

  4. I have learned that expectations too often lead to nothing more than disappointment and have made a resolution this year that when I go out to shoot to shoot with no expectations at all .. this has been a very freeing experience and has resulted in some of my better shots… hopefully that feeling of unfulfillment will pass and you can find the shots you are looking for 🙂

  5. Still amazing photos of the Teton Range. So don‘t be disappointed, some days are just like that.

    I enjoy seeing your films quite a bit. Being from central Europe, your area really is special to me. Been to the Tetons and Yellowstone twice and never took pictures like you 🙂

    So… thanks and keep on shooting!

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