Mastering Winter landscape and outdoor photography. Don’t let the cold keep you indoors during this magical time to photograph landscapes, winter adventure and wildlife! Snowy landscapes are a blessing and the easiest landscapes to expose for. Fresh cold air can create wonderful alpenglow. There are more hours of low angle sun and thus warm light in the winter months than summer and a more relaxed schedule. Don’t let the short days keep you inside. Michael DeYoung photographed Alaska winters for over18 years and still continues to shoot winter landscapes as well as ski action photography in the Rockies.
Topics discussed in this hour long webinar include:
- Gear modifications and camera operation in cold weather.
- Layering and keeping warm (especially hands) while on location.
- Technique and creative tips for shooting snowy landscapes, winter alpenglow and during snowfall.
- Traveling around by foot in deep snow.