35 min

A Penguin Pilgrimage With Charles Bergman Nature Photography Secrets

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In this exciting Father's Day episode, meet Charles Bergman, a highly honored wildlife photographer, well-published author, and passionate nature lover. Julie and Lou dive into his 15-year adventure with his wife to see and photograph every penguin on the planet. It all started in South Africa and took them deep into the Antarctic. We discuss how the male penguins risk it all for their chicks. Charles shares his wildlife wisdom and tips for capturing the soul of your subject while creating heart-stopping images. He shares how to follow your heart when telling wildlife stories and how much sharing your passion makes a difference.  Charles' new book, "Every Penguin In The World; A Quest to See Them All" is a wonder of nature itself. You won't want to miss this delightful conversation with Charles, Julie, and Lou. Sit back and take a journey around the globe to hear why going to extremes pays off!  

Visit: www.CharlesBergman.com to grab a copy of his book.  Until next time!

In this exciting Father's Day episode, meet Charles Bergman, a highly honored wildlife photographer, well-published author, and passionate nature lover. Julie and Lou dive into his 15-year adventure with his wife to see and photograph every penguin on the planet. It all started in South Africa and took them deep into the Antarctic. We discuss how the male penguins risk it all for their chicks. Charles shares his wildlife wisdom and tips for capturing the soul of your subject while creating heart-stopping images. He shares how to follow your heart when telling wildlife stories and how much sharing your passion makes a difference.  Charles' new book, "Every Penguin In The World; A Quest to See Them All" is a wonder of nature itself. You won't want to miss this delightful conversation with Charles, Julie, and Lou. Sit back and take a journey around the globe to hear why going to extremes pays off!  

Visit: www.CharlesBergman.com to grab a copy of his book.  Until next time!

35 min