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Outdoor Photography in a Snowstorm | A Wildlife Photography Vlog – Viral Trends

Outdoor Photography in a Snowstorm | A Wildlife Photography Vlog

On this nice snowy day I photograph some bighorn sheep in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Oh, and I make some photos of a great gray owl too… Ho hum… 🙂

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  1. Wow! Outstanding as usual, I’m addicted to your Vlogs! Love those in flight shots. So, I’m wondering, do you work for Eddie Bauer, own it? :). I wear it and love their stuff, just wondering.
    Thanks again for the outstanding videos 👍

  2. Sweet fly by shots. Always enjoy your vlogs. Have learned a lot. For example the flock of owls I saw was a parliament. Was thinking your hump shot would get a reaction. I really think you tease us with that kind of thing. As always …. Thx.. S

  3. grand teton national park is so fantastic place… simply amazing-you have everything in it.. bears.. moose.. owls – and to be honest when i am watching your vids im so confused because behavior of these animals are totally diffrent than we have here in poland.. you can easilly just grab your 300mm on FF and still get some nice close up shots.. here where i live firstly you should find about a year of free time to find something 😛 then you should use 800mm lens and great suit like snipers do… that would be your only chance 😉 … but still- good vid love to watch it cheers

  4. You are genius at finding the owls, Steve and they seem to accept you into their world. Its incredible to see them in their natural environment. Not sure how you could improve on this. Thanks for sharing.

  5. When it becomes dark or even not, try get some motion blur in the owl pictures. It creates a new fun challenge and the light wont limit you as much. Great video and photographs as usual

  6. Another wonderful video Steve your so lucky to have these Owls to watch & photograph I have only ever seen them in captivity here in the UK ……. Always look forward to watching when I get a notification 😊

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