Most people can’t wait for a warm spring day to go out and make photographs. But winter is a perfect time to photograph too. Dress warm and follow the tips I’ve outlined below to get some dramatic snow images. 1. Your camera’s battery will drain much faster in cold weather. Be prepared with a spare battery or plan your time accordingly. Keep your spare battery in a pocket close to your body until ready to use. Your body heat will help to keep it from draining so quickly. 2.
You may have taken a few pictures of snow lately only to be disappointed when you looked at the prints and noticed that the snow that was glistening white when you took the picture now appears a dull grey tone. The reason for this lies in your camera’s ability to average out the tones it sees and produce a photograph consisting of 18% grey tones. That’s great if you have a normal scene with sky, ground and a few people in it wearing different color clothing, But when your