The Very Best Vantage Points to Photograph Yellowstone – Free Quick Guide

Lucky for those in the United States, there is a place unlike any other.

Every nature buff, wildlife enthusiast, or photographer knows that Yellowstone National Park is one of the best places to get lost.

One could wander and explore and photograph this unique location for weeks on end.

Yellowstone takes your breath away. You cannot help but want to spend all your time exploring the world’s first national park through your lens.

The reality is that most of us will have a limited time within the boundaries of this most precious landscape.

Karthika Gupta has photographed Yellowstone National Park numerous times.

Through her experience, we can make the most of our time photographing the multitude of natural wonders located here.

Here’s what Karthika covers:

  • Mammoth Springs
  • Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
  • Hayden Valley
  • Grand Prismatic Spring
  • Yellowstone Lake
  • Fire Hole Canyon Drive
  • Old Faithful
  • Roosevelt Arch
  • Fort Yellowstone
  • Old Faithful Inn

She also provides tips and special considerations on photographing the wildlife.

Grab your copy right now.

Photo Credit: Karthika Gupta

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