As a prelude to my “Winter in Yellowstone” photo workshop I decided to take a small detour and spend a few days exploring Glacier National Park in northern Montana. While winter is not the best time to visit glacier, I decided I wanted to see the park during it’s “off season.” While most of the park is inaccessible by car or foot (you can ski and snowshoe though), there are still some beautiful vistas and a number of outstanding photo opportunities.
While making what turned out to be one of my favorite images of the trip I decided to record this quick video on the thoughts and process that went behind making this shot.
As I say numerous times during the video, please excuse the video quality, as I shot the video my the iPhone handheld. I hope the tips in the video more than make up for the low video quality.