Wildlife Photography: High-Key Mountain Hare in the Snow [How I Shot It]
Snow makes it easy to try out a high-key style. Here’s a look at how to create a high-key style in a wildlife photograph.
How to Make Realistic Looking Snow For a Photo Shoot | The Slanted Lens
Watch how to make and shoot snow that looks realistic in this video from The Slanted Lens.
A Few Tips On Protecting Your Camera In Bad Weather | Chase Jarvis
With autumn here and winter sharpening its claws, here’s some advice on how not to let weather ruin your photography or your gear.
Fine Art B&W Using a 4th Dimension By Vassilis Tangoulis
IPA Award winning photographer Vassilis Tangoulis displays some of his work and shares his mind about how he works.
BTS: Automotive Photography in Extreme Weather Conditions | Tuesdays with Lauri
Sticking one’s head (and photographic equipment worth more than 3000€) out of the window of a car driving 100km/h is a very enlightening experience. Especially when driving in a snow-storm in the middle of the freezing Finnish winter…
Four Tips on How to Properly Meter Exposure in Snow
One of the great things about winter when it comes to photography is that the snowy landscape can provide some terrific photo opportunity. But there is one problem when it comes to shooting snow: Snow is white. Your camera’s metering system wants to meter everything as middle gray. As a result, that pristine white snow becomes dull and dirty snow. SLR Lounge has 4 easy-to-use tips that can help you expose your images correctly when shooting in the snow.