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.
Ohio has remembered how to Winter and temperatures have dipped into the single digits Perfect for frozen soap bubbles! I’ll give you a bubble stuff recipe and some tips to help you create your own frozen bubble photos.
After a couple days of gray skies and high temperatures below freezing, we got a bright, sunny but still properly cold day. I grabbed my gear and drove down to Hocking Hills to find a waterfall I hadn’t seen before. Seize the cold!