Honeymoon photography at Montana’s Glacier National Park, photo opportunities are everywhere you look, but to fully capture the magnitude of the landscape in a picture – the expansive terrain, the rugged mountain peaks, the clear alpine lakes, and the deep glacial carved valleys – you have to be creative. I had a lot of fun shooting at Glacier National Park because of the challenge that landscape photography presents. It’s also exciting because to photograph such a variety of landscapes, hiking, hiking, and more hiking is required. A few photos down, you can see Jency hiking with the tripod on her backpack. When taking landscape pictures, I suggest a small aperture setting and a wide angle lens. The small aperture helps bring everything in focus. In this photo I have the trees in the foreground in focus, and the mountains in the far background are also in focus. Keep in mind, those mountains are miles and miles away from those trees. Pretty cool. The wide angle lens is essential in creatively capturing landscapes in pictures. The wide angle allows you to focus on a point of interest while still keeping enough of the surroundings clear. It also helps to capture large expansive landscapes due to its wide angle. I also varied up the portfolio of the trip by taking close detail shots of the park, portrait shots of Jency. or details from the trip in addition to the wonderful landscape pictures from Glacier National Park.
But in case you don’t want to hike dozens of miles, enjoy these landscape pictures I took from my honeymoon in Glacier National Park.