The last post talked about the experience of shooting in cold weather and how my equipment acted when the temperatures dipped into the low teens and single digits.  I should have mentioned I was also prepared in the event it was snowing during the shoot; having a cover to protect the camera and lens from an over abundance of moisture. I wasn’t really worried with snow flurries as the ca... [More]

There will come a time when it is cold outside and you want to photograph a person(s), an event, or landscape.  And I mean cold—not 50°F, or 40°F, or even 30°F; I mean temperatures in the teens and lower, with wind chills below zero Fahrenheit. Have you ever wondered what would happen when you took your gear outside and what would happen when you brought it back inside? ... [More]



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