My favorite type of light in one of the iconic Jackson Hole Wedding locations. The Wedding Tree.
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Taylor Glenn Photography is a Jackson Hole Wedding, Family, and Portait Photographer providing Fine Art Wedding Photography in Grand Teton NP, The Greater Yellowstone Area and destinations beyond.
I was in NC a few days ago with my family and got to spend some time with my Grandfather. He’s 90 and still gets after it. It’s really amazing. I am so incredibly fortunate to have him in my life and have the opportunity to spend time with him. During our visit we made a run for locally grown Peonies for the Mother’s Day rush at Jefferson’s. I made this portrait of him in their sorting facility.
One of my favorite views of the Tetons. I photograph here often. This is a capture from 2011 that I decided to revisit and polish up. The light was perfect for a B&W image.
This is part one of an incredible wedding I had the honor to photograph last September. Molly and Chris celebrated their vows in absolute style with their family and friends over several days here in Jackson Hole. They wanted to have a very intimate ceremony with their families in addition to the big event planned for the weekend. So on Thursday Molly, Chris, and Family headed up to the Chapel of Transfiguration in Grand Teton NP for a very small, intimate vow exchange. The Chapel is a very special place. It was a gorgeous day and the photos are just wonderful! After the ceremony we headed up to String Lake and the Cathedral overlook for portraits. The light was gorgeous and we had a ton of fun. Amazing day!!!! Stay tuned for their ‘Over the Top’ (literally) weekend event….
Jackson Hole Wedding at The Chapel of Transfiguration in Grand Teton National Park
Love end of day light and shooting right into it. Its dreamy. Shot this portrait down in Argentina this past January.
Working on the edit for a new style book on Jackson Hole Weddings. Here’s a sneak at the first few pages…..
I’m not always shooting weddings! In December I got a call from Leslie Dela Vega the wonderful PE of Fast Company. She needed a portrait of some folks for this month’s feature on the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies. The assignment was to catch up with a group of young entrepreneurs who are in Kansas City to take advantage of the new Google Fiber internet now available there. We discussed her vision and I was off to the streets of a quiet suburb of KC. The shoot was a lot of fun and everything came together really well. Psyched to shoot for such a great mag and talented PE. The issue is out on the stands now and there are some great articles worth a read. Here is a link to the article about the folks I photographed: http://www.fastcompany.com/most-innovative-companies/2013/google
Hola from Argentina! I was just reading one of my favorite photo blogs, Lightbox from TIME, and saw this great post on intimate moments from the archive of the legend Elliot Erwit. It made me think about how much influence Erwit and so many others have given the photography community. Any of these photos could have happened in a wedding (some did actually), but more importantly I think it highlights directly the idea of timeless imagery and the importance (for me) to know the history of the medium. I love studying the work of the greats and hope a little of their influence rubs off on my work. Here is my favorite image from the slideshow.