It’s Monday and that means it’s time to meet another KelbyOne member! This week, we’re introducing you to Steven Pomeroy—he’s been a member for a long time the image of the Grand Tetons you see above is his creation. Take a look at the full version of the photo here.

1.) Can you tell us a little bit about your photo?

This image was made in 2012 on my first trip to the Tetons (I’ve since made it a reoccurring road trip, one of my favorite places). This shot was taken on a very early morning at Oxbow Bend, there before sunrise and was able to capture the morning as it woke.

I really like how it captured the feeling of the chill filled morning. I ended up lingering longer to watch the stages the river goes through in the morning.

2.) What gear/software did you use to create this image?

I used a Canon 7D 24-70mm at 70mm, ISO 100. I was an early adopter of Adobe Lightroom and still use it as my main work flow tool.

3.) How long have you been a KelbyOne member and what made you decide to become a member?

I have lost track of how long I have been a member, I think around 15+ years. I have had photography as a hobby for much of my adult life. I bowed out in the early 90s and when I started back in near the 2000s, digital was just coming on. I found NAPP and later KelbyOne to be a great resource for training, learning new technical skills, and motivation. I still find it a great resource. I enjoy seeing and find value with the new trainers coming online and offering their slant on techniques, creativity, and motivation. There are several classes that I re-watch as refreshers and to see what I may have missed or forgotten in previous viewings.

See more of Steven Pomeroy’s work—follw him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Also, don’t forget to check out his website!

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