’Wild Bison Stampede - Yellowstone National Park’ by Mark Miller
Photography continues to evolve and gain acceptance as a Fine Art medium. Many elements contribute to setting apart Fine Photography from the ubiquitous snapshot. A few of these defining characteristics are patience and timing, composition, technique, sometimes just plain luck, oftentimes courage, but most of all, the “artist's eye” of a skilled photographer.

With its vast, varied habitat and abundant wildlife, Yellowstone National Park offers the photographer unlimited opportunities to capture revealing portraits of this unique, powerful, beautiful, majestic land and its inhabitants.

The Yellowstone Gallery is pleased to showcase the remarkable talent of some of today's hardest working photographers. We also feature works by notable artists of history who lugged heavy cameras and equipment through the Park during the rough and tumble bygone days to capture a moment of time. You're invited to take a look through their eyes at the stunning landscapes and exciting wildlife of this rich wonderland. See Yellowstone in all its splendor and take home a gift of nature.

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Black and White

All photography was originally monochrome, most of these photographs were black-and-white   Even after color film was readily available,...




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Photographic Images on Slate

Artist Shlomo Shuval created a unique process so that these wildlife and landscape photographic images appear to be engraved in...
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