Winter Photography at its Best.
Leaves are Brown, there’s a Patch of Snow on the Ground.
pop quiz: the lyric above is from what song and artist? clue: it’s hazy at this time of year.
Taking good photos when skiing is not easy: Your subject is often on the move, there is a lot of white stuff in the frame and light levels are unpredictable. Luckily there is plenty of good advice to ensure your winter photography is better than average. Now that the nights are drawing in, grab you camera and get practising.
Christoph Oberschneider’s Winter Photography.
Dr. Christoph Oberschneider was raised in Salzburg, Austria. Coming from a strong skiing background, his vision is to capture the very soul of the sport, to infect the world around him with his absolute passion for skiing, be it on the piste or in the backcountry. Christoph’s images have won numerous awards, have been published in magazines worldwide.
David Peterson, Digital Photo Secrets.
David Peterson is the creator of Digital Photo Secrets, and the Photography Dash and loves teaching photography to fellow photographers all around the world. Here, David Peterson shares his top 7 Tips for Winter Photography.
- Dress for warmth
- Camera considerations
- Stopping the action
- A little help from a friend
- Lighting and composition
- Take a break
pop trivia: ‘Leaves are Brown, there’s a Patch of Snow on the Ground’ from Simon and Garfunkel’s 1966 tune ‘Hazy Shade of Winter’ covered in 1987 by The Bangles.
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