10 Ways to Continue Booking Photography Jobs All Winter Long
Are you tired of losing portrait income during the cold winter months? Consider adding one of these 10 niches to your services line-up to fill the gap between weddings and outdoor family photo shoots. Your bank account will thank you.
How to Totally Rock Your Portrait Sessions All Winter Long
Is winter weather keeping you from shooting portraits on-location? Tanya offers her solutions for totally rocking your portrait sessions all winter long.
The Beautiful Frozen Lighthouses of Lake Michigan | Interview with Tom Gill
I got the opportunity to chat with photographer Tom Gill about his images from the series, “Frozen World” and how he was able to capture them.
Shutter Drag & Off Camera Flash Create Magical Wintry Street Portraits by Satoki Nagata
Chicago photographer, Satoki Nagata has braved the elements for the past 2.5 years to photograph strangers in his “Lights in Chicago” series.
Daredevil Shoots A Frozen City From Above | Images by Ronnie Yip
Photographer Ronnie Yip braves the gelid Toronto climate, and scales its skyscrapers to shoot incredible views of a frozen city.
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.