It’s been said there are no bad pictures to be had in Jackson Hole–and the plethora of professional photographers prove it with wildlife portraits of famed Bear 399 to misty mornings over the Snake River to adventure in Grand Teton National Park to athletic pursuits on Teton Pass and Jackson Peak. Enjoy the many exhibits of local work in artist galleries, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and collections at the Center for Arts and around town–you might be surprised how inspired you are to take some photos of your own.
All of the beauty in Jackson Hole will not fit in your suitcase to bring home. But photographs do travel well. Whether you are looking for a photographer to shoot an event or hoping to find the perfect image of Bear 399 to bring home, or maybe you’re in search of headshots for your company’s new website, there are a number of professional photographers in town to capture your needs–and many of them have open to the public galleries for you to check out their work.
And if you’re an avid photographer yourself, you will be in good company. The Tetons’ scenery is hard to walk by and not think, I might just need that again later on.
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