Download my free 2022 Milky Way Photography Calendar. It’s really more of a spreadsheet than a calendar though.
Urban architecture isn’t my usual subject, but if you live near a big city then capturing the downtown skyline at least once is practically irresistible. One of the most popular views here in Columbus, Ohio is from the Rich Street Bridge over the Scioto River.
Not wanting to repeat what many have done before, I searched for a shot no one else had tried.
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In this second part in my series I’m sharing some tips and techniques to improve your winter nature photography. In Part One I went over some safety and gear ideas. If you haven’t read that one yet, check it out then come back.
Winter is coming to those of us in the northern hemisphere. Here in the U.S. Midwest, we’ve already gotten a sneak peek with snow and single digit temps.
Recently, I was asked to give a talk at the Through The Lens Photography Club in Grove City, Ohio and shared some ideas about safety, gear, techniques, and subjects for winter nature photography. Here I’m sharing with you that same info in a somewhat more organized fashion.