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Fall Photography – my last photograph

Fall is always a crazy time of year for outdoor photographers who focus on nature, wildlife and commercial outdoor photography. The subjects change from one day to the next and sometimes from one hour to the next.  The perfect scenario is when the light, weather, and subject(s) all come together in the same image. That’s more of a challenge than one might think. Now throw in video, like this short video clip of raging bull elk that came right into my lap, and the demands for motion in today’s fast paces word, and things get complicated quickly!

As I pack my gear for another trip I’m reminded of why I love this place and this profession so much. Change – it’s about change and the real, raw truth that surrounds us every day. North America is full of opportunity. It’s all out there, you just have to get after it!

This was my last fall photograph. Today it’s snowing, time to go hunting and then break out the skis!  Bye, Bye fall, hello winter!

buffalo on the Blackfeet Reservation

Buffalo on the Blackfeet Reservation roam freely across the prairie. The Badger Two Medicine Area of the Rocky Mountain Front is in the distance. ©tonybynum.com please contact tony bynum for licensing.

I just beta tested a great new portfolio app and would like to know what you guys think. It’s downloadable as an app if you have a mobile devise. Here, you can view a small portfolio of Tony Bynum Photographs. If you are interested in creating your own portfolio, use this link.

Sincerely,

Tony Bynum

Remember, always be real, relevant  and right!

2 Responses to “Fall Photography – my last photograph”

  1. Mac McMillen says:

    Well said Tony!

  2. Tony Bynum says:

    Thank you Mac! Just got home from an awesome trip! It’s winter . . .

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