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Bring Home the Calm and Wonder of the
Night Sky with a Free Print!
Hi, I'm Paul and I'd love for you to have a free print from my Nighttime Silhouettes Collection.
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Why am I running this offer? Please Read
From the Studio of Paul Miller
Hey! Thank you so much for stopping by this page!
Have you ever truly seen how many stars there are away from the light pollution of cities and suburbs?
It was October, 2017 in Mount Rainier National Park. My brother and I had driven hours, to arrive as the sun was setting.
I wanted to get a picture of the Milky Way.
I found a view of the mountain, framed by evergreen trees on either side. I took a few test shots.
With a bit more time for the Earth to rotate and the stars to move across the sky, the Milky Way would soon be rising out of the summit like a volcanic eruption.
Suddenly, a car pulled up and shined its headlights directly into my shot.
I looked over at the car. There was a couple inside. After five minutes, their lights were STILL ON and they started making out.
I was like, “Uh, no.” I did not drive hours to capture this incredible moment, away from all signs of civilization, for a pair of headlights to ruin my shot.
I walked up to them, sympathetic to their situation. I waved at them to unroll their window and asked them to turn off their lights.
They glared at me and drove off.
I turned back to my camera, and to my dismay, the sky was completely foggy!
Meanwhile, chill had set in. Joey, my year round shorts wearing brother, had decided that it was too frigid. "You're on your own, dude. I'm gonna sit in the car."
So in spite of the fog, I practiced. I took more test shots. I dialed in my camera settings.
And after a few moments, I could see a few stars shining through on the screen on the back of my camera, which could pick up more light than my eyes could.
After a few minutes, the sky was perfectly clear.
And there it was! The Milky Way, rising right out of the summit of Mt. Rainier.
I scrambled. I took my framed shots of the mountain, with stars erupting out of the top like an active volcano.
I tilted my camera up, and captured more stars, as high as the eye could see.
I tilted it up again. Three shots, in a vertical panorama.
I took ten exposures for each picture, so that I could try a new method of compensating for the noise that the camera produced in the low light. 🤓
30 images in total, merged together, to bring out the detail of the stars in a way that I had never done before.
It looked like a volcano. So that's what this image is called.
As I write this letter to you, I'm struck by how many times I could have given up. This picture could never have happened. But I'm so glad that I waited.
This picture of Rainier (Volcano) was shared by the Visit Rainier group on Facebook, and has been reposted and seen by more than 90,000 people. Soon after, people asked for prints, and people began collecting my work.
I hope you enjoy this image, and the others in the collection, as much as I enjoyed capturing them and bringing them to you.
P.S. I am currently giving away a limited number of art prints of my new Nighttime Silhouettes Collection for FREE.
Why would I give my art prints away?
Art can make us feel wonderful and remind us of places we've been or aspire to go. It takes us on a journey in our mind.
I love sharing my art with the world knowing it gives as much enjoyment to others as it did to me creating it.
And though I sell larger prints to collectors, I’ve always wanted to make it available to more people.
Also by offering you a fantastic deal, I hope you fall in love and come back to buy more in the future. It’s a win for both of us. :)
Below this letter, I’ve laid out the details of my collection and would like you to pick your favorite print to take home.
(I can only offer 1 free print per person).
Numbers are limited, so this page and offer will be taken down the moment the last one has gone.
BUT, I ALSO HAVE THE BEST GUARANTEE YOU’LL EVER SEE …
I fully guarantee you’ll love what you receive or I’ll refund your shipping & handling and you can keep the print anyway (or gift it to a loved one).
Sounds fair, right?
If this sounds like something you are interested in, here are the next steps …
- Scroll below this letter
- Choose your favorite print below
- Fill out the form and enter your address on the following page
- Pay just $5.90 for shipping and handling to make sure your art gets to you safely
- Receive your new piece of art and have it on your wall in 14 days or less
If you have any questions please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. I can’t wait to get your new piece of art to you!
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Choose your favorite 5x7 in. art print below
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Pay just $5.90 for shipping & handling (Save $18 on this page!)
Receive your new wall art in just 14 days
Nighttime Silhouettes Collection
In this collection of art photographs, the southern sky was photographed through the trees with a state of the art camera.
The Milky Way Core is visible behind Mount Rainier, shining through the trees in Index, WA, and rising above the sea stacks at Shi Shi Beach. The crescent moon was photographed in Mount Rainier National Park.
Each shot was planned so that the stars would be visible in these exact locations. None of these images are composites.
WHAT YOU GET
A vertical panorama of the Milky Way, rising out of Mt. Rainier.
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A waxing crescent moon, captured just before it sets behind the trees at Lake Tipsoo.
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Paul is a Seattle, WA based photographer who travels to beautiful locations and captures stunning landscape scenes under the night sky.
Born and raised in Washington State, Paul has been camping and exploring in the Pacific Northwest since childhood. He combines his childhood love of outer space with the great outdoors, and channels these inspirations into his art photography.
His creative career has been built independently, through curiosity and a continued obsession with night photography. His work gained traction when an image of his went viral on social media and was viewed over 90,000 times. Prints have been in demand ever since.
A gallery of 22 metal prints of his work has been showcased at Refine Salon in Bothell. His work has also been on display at Sharp Skin Creations in Bothell and John L. Scott in Lynnwood, among other local businesses, homes, and classrooms. Many of these large metal pieces of art have found homes with private collectors.