Ross Schram von Haupt

10 days ago

Here is one of my final images from our trip into the Enchantments. I have posted a similar comp, but the light is very different in both shots completely changing the landscape. Most of the morning had been overcast and cloudy, but for a brief moment the sun found its way through and illuminated small patches of the stunning landscape. If you have been following along, you know I recently visited the Enchantments with a great group of guys. We were lucky enough to experience a snow storm which left around 8 inches of fresh snow for what I assume would be the favorite sunrise for most of us. Not many people get to see the incredible, rocky landscape of the Enchantments covered in a fresh blanket of snow, and even less get to properly photograph it. It didn’t last long either, as most of the snow melted away only a few hours after sunrise. Weather in the mountains can be crazy: one day you get a freezing snowstorm, the next is sunny t-shirt weather! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I offer 1 on 1 workshops throughout the PNW and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info
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Shot Info:
Nikon D610 w Nikon 70-300 f/4-5.6
ISO100, 70mm, f/8, 1/320s

Here is one of my final images from our trip into the Enchantments. I have posted a similar comp, but the light is very different in both shots completely changing the landscape. Most of the morning had been overcast and cloudy, but for a brief moment the sun found its way through and illuminated small patches of the stunning landscape. If you have been following along, you know I recently visited the Enchantments with a great group of guys. We were lucky enough to experience a snow storm which left around 8 inches of fresh snow for what I assume would be the favorite sunrise for most of us. Not many people get to see the incredible, rocky landscape of the Enchantments covered in a fresh blanket of snow, and even less get to properly photograph it. It didn’t last long either, as most of the snow melted away only a few hours after sunrise. Weather in the mountains can be crazy: one day you get a freezing snowstorm, the next is sunny t-shirt weather! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer 1 on 1 workshops throughout the PNW and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 70-300 f/4-5.6 ISO100, 70mm, f/8, 1/320s

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@dansedran it was great

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@bozaregina2018 😀😁

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@sapnareddy ah I forgot to put this one on the website! I'll have to get it up once I get home tonight

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@jrc4 yeah it was a pretty productive trip 😆😆

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@davidleahyphotography 😀😁 crazy huh

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@beckylynnsim gotta love larches!

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@sushy07 thank you 😀

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@mountainlaurellife thank you very much

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@theradahmed thanks man! Appreciate it

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@nona___20___ 😀😁

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@rosssvhphoto ah up and over that hill vs going north to inspiration and around?

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