3 Tips for snowy winter photography in nature

Hey all

Snowy winter is coming up and that makes it hard for photographers to make nice pictures in the nature. slippery rocks and mud make it hard to get trough.

To make it more easy in the snowy winter i have 3 tips:

1) Put warm clothes on so you wont have trouble with the cold. (this will make you trip more fun for sure)

2) Plan your route in advance so you wont have trouble when finding your path. (in snowy times it takes longer to cover a distance)

3) Take someone with you just in case of an emergency, making a fall in the slippery nature can bring nasty accidents.

Hope it will help you guys in the snowy winters.

© Ajn
© Devy

Photo credits: Ajn, Bbostjan, Devy, Elena Elisseeva, Ilkka Kukko.

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October 20, 2007


Also remember, that air moisture condenses to cold surfaces. Do not open your camera / replace optics when back at home, until they warm up.

October 17, 2007


S-h-i-v-e-r!!! Too cold for me! Beautiful images, though. I'd like to go to some of these "cold" places for a short while just to try my hand at some of these kinds of shots. But then get me back home to my warm climate. Brrrrrr! Makes me cold just looking at it. It is very "refreshing", though, at the same time.

October 17, 2007


Great tips! Something I do that others might find helpful is keeping a warm blanket in the car. If something happens and your car is stranded, you will have a little bit of warmth to keep you going. I also keep items to melt snow and aid in traction (kitty litter, for example) if conditions call for digging out the car.

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