Taking photos in the winter can be a real challenge. Our cameras like to make the snow look a dingy grey, and all of the people in the shots come out very dark. Despite all of this, winter offers some amazing benefits to photographers. We can access areas that normally are inaccessible due to swamps, lakes, and brush. In addition, with proper planning, and preparation we can capture some amazing images.
What we will cover During this session:
1. How to set your camera for winter shooting.
2. Winter shooting techniques.
3. Winter shooting locations.
4. How to stay warm.
5. How to protect your gear.
After the presentation, we will go and practice along the trails at the refuge.
Intended Audience: Anyone who is interested in winter photography.
It doesn’t matter if this is your first time using a camera, or you have been shooting for years.
Equipment Requirements: Any camera, and warm winter clothing
Saturday, January 7, 2012
The Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge – Bloomington Visitors Center
3815 American Blvd E
Reserve your spot and join the Twin Cities Photography Group