Creative photographers will find stunning scenes to capture, such as Grand Prismatic Spring’s colorful display or Old Faithful’s regular eruption.

Yellowstone offers many lakes and rivers for recreation, in addition to geysers galore. Take advantage of sunrise or sunset for incredible photo opps with dramatic lighting effects and tranquil water reflections – perfect opportunities for creating stunning compositions with stunning lighting effects and water reflections!


Are thundering hooves and flickering tails getting your heart racing and lens cap twitching? If that is the case for you, Pound Ridge Town Park provides an exquisite setting and beautiful vistas to take breathtaking nature photos. Photographers will appreciate its exquisite setting that provides perfect conditions to capture unforgettable nature scenes.

This tour takes you through some of Namibia’s most breathtaking landscapes where wide-angle lenses truly come into their own! This region of Africa is famed for its low population density and vast open horizons; thanks to a lack of manmade structures obstructing them photographers love Namibia! You will quickly understand why photographers value its photography opportunities!

The Mara-Serengeti Game Reserve is an absolute photographer’s paradise. Hosted annually by vast herds of wildebeest on their annual migration journeys across Kenya-Tanzania borderlands, this vast tract of land offers photographers ample photographic opportunities. Take a virtual tour authored by an accomplished professional photographer! This tour showcases all that makes Mara-Serengeti special.

Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory boasts exotic wildlife and breathtaking landscapes, making it an absolute photographer’s delight! Be on the lookout for saltwater crocodiles, kangaroos and indigenous rock art sites – it truly makes for an exciting visit. To experience Kakadu at its best during February/March when there are less visitors and baby wildebeest are being born left, right and centre!

Geysers & Hot Springs

Yellowstone National Park’s landscapes may be breathtakingly beautiful, with geysers, hot springs, rivers and mountains providing stunning vistas; yet this incredible destination holds so much more. Home to abundant wildlife such as bison and elk to coyotes and wolves; these large creatures provide breathtaking backdrops for landscape photographers as they are often close by roads; making photographing them easy from vehicles.

Visit geysers and hot pools early morning or late evening to avoid direct sunlight which can produce an undesirable glare on the water, causing your images to come out flat or overexposed. Early morning hours also allow you to capture images with beautiful hues brought about by thermophiles (heat-loving bacteria).

Make sure to visit park visitor centers and check eruption schedules, before planning your itinerary accordingly. Also be prepared with all of the equipment you’ll need for that once-in-a-lifetime shot: tripod and polarizer filter are essential pieces. Also remember that hot springs and geysers are active boiling basins with deadly hot water if you accidentally fall in – stick to boardwalks when exploring geothermal pools; rubber boots must always be worn when entering geothermal pools.

Mammoth Hot Springs

Mammoth Hot Springs are unmatched in Yellowstone, offering visitors an unforgettable geological wonderland to spend a day. Situated on the northern side of Yellowstone (about 2 hours southeast from Bozeman), Mammoth Hot Springs are often considered geological marvels due to their constant shifting terraces due to thermal activity and closeness to magma sources close to the surface here than anywhere else in Yellowstone – Star Trek fans may recognize this area as Vulcan – white chalky terraces cascade downhillside with hissing steam vents dotted throughout. Star Trek fans should recognize this area as Vulcan as white chalky terraces cascade downhillside before coming into an intricate maze-like Lower Terraces maze!

Mammoth Hot Springs’ Upper Terrace Drive is one of the most cherished attractions. A 1.5 mile one way scenic and narrow road that winds its way past travertine terraces, hot springs, forests and several pull off points for sunset photos; on clear days these views can be truly amazing.

Mammoth Hot Springs offers one of the best opportunities for wildlife viewing during winter – no crowds and ample chances to observe bison, elk, pronghorns and possibly wolves against a snowy backdrop. Enjoy hiking the boardwalks that criss-cross colorful terraces or skiing through whiffs of sulfur along Upper Terrace Drive; additionally don’t miss Rustic Falls situated a short distance south from Mammoth on its road towards Norris!

Old Faithful

Old Faithful is one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders and serves as a landmark of Yellowstone National Park. With its steady eruptions on time each day and captivating geological spectacle, its eruptions attract millions to witness this stunning geological phenomenon. When viewing Old Faithful be sure to use a wide-angle lens with fast shutter speed to capture every eruption in full glory; tripod photography allows for beautiful long exposure shots of surrounding scenery or steam movement from Old Faithful geyser.

If you want a different view of this iconic geyser, head up the nearby Observation Point trail for an elevated perspective from 200 feet above boardwalk bleachers. Also experiment with composition techniques, such as using leading lines or leading lines to draw viewers in.

Summer is a great time to visit Yellowstone National Park because its weather is warm and its activities plentiful. Crowds may become quite intense; therefore it is crucial that visitors plan ahead by making accommodations and campsite reservations well in advance and familiarizing themselves with Leave No Trace principles as well as wildlife interaction rules and regulations. Be sure to bring along maps, compasses and GPS devices in order to navigate its rugged landscape as well as bear spray if there is wildlife present nearby.