Here are some pics of the Oquirrh Mountain Temple. I have been a photographer for about 13-14 years, however I just recently switched over to digital. I have learned these important little digital lessons along the way. For example, one of the great things about digital is the ability to switch ISO’s in between pictures. What isn’t so fun is when you forget to switch back. You will see that on the first picture it is very noisy/grainy. This is because I had my ISO set too high from a previous shoot. I wanted to include it anyway just so you could see the sunset that I missed getting hight quality pictures of.
If you are a photographer, don’t forget to check your WHIMS before you start shooting. White Balance, Histogram, ISO, Mode (Aperture Priority, Manual, etc.) and Size (JPEG, RAW, etc.)
I went on a road trip to Oregon recently. Along the way I shot this temple, Twin Falls Idaho Temple, Boise Idaho Temple, and the Portland Oregon Temple. I was able to check another 4 off of my list, which was awesome. The only problem is they just announced 5 more the other day. I better get back to work.
Here are the Oquirrh Mountain Pics: