So I’m off to Alaska again and making photography more of a priority this time. During my first trip two years ago, I was traveling with only a point-and-shoot Canon which produced some great snapshots but fell short of delivering great photos that really convey Alaska’s beauty and character. This year I’ll have my DSLR, tripod, and a handful of lenses including a snazy 28-300mm 3.5 Canon L Series. (Anyone looking for gift ideas may want to note the snazy $2600 L series is a rental. )
Denali National Park and the Inner Passage should hopefully produce some great opportunities for nature and wildlife photography. Not areas I’ve had too much experience shooting but am really looking forward to. Any tips from seasoned pros (self-proclaimed or otherwise) are greatly appreciated!