163 Sunrise over Mt. Newhall

The Great Outdoors Photography Podcast
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163 Sunrise over Mt. Newhall
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December’s Print of the month is Sunrise over Mount Newhall. This image comes to you from Unalaska Island. It’s a photograph with brilliant light streaming through the clouds to the mountains below. All you see is mountains and clouds and light. Stay tuned for the story behind the shot and what it took to make this image a reality in post-production.

Main Topic:  Details of the photograph Background story Design and Composition Post-Production settings Printing the photograph

Find more details on the shownotes website: https://brentbergherm.com/episode/163

Further thoughts on my Design and Creativity in Photography course. A few clarifications. A listener wrote in and asked: Are the live sessions one-on-one or group? How many hours of video are the lessons? Are there assignments?

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Two special gifts for Christmas. 1. related to the course 2. for ALL listeners. No purchase necessary! Check out this link for all the details: https://brentbergherm.com/christmas-print-competition-2024/ Also use this link to get on the email list so you can vote!

I mentioned I made this same photo into a metal print. Here’s the link: https://youtu.be/pLlKhMTTTig

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  ______________________ A dose of inspiration:

“As a face is reflected in water, so a heart reflects the real person.” —Proverbs 27:19 NLT

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” —Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Served as a supreme court justice from 1902–1932  

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