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Winter Photography Tips for Shooting in Snowy Conditions

Snow Walk scene taken in December 2010 by Gavin Hoey

If you want your snowy landscape photos to be brilliant and crisp and true-to-life - as opposed to gray, bluish, and dingy - we found a good video to share with you on how to take better snow photos, including some general cold weather care tips for your camera and batteries. Thanks to UK photographer/instructor Gavin Hoey for his tips and photo sharing.

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Hello, I really needed some, "Winter Photography Tips for Shooting in Snowy Conditions". Good stuff, not that I shoot much in the snow being a wedding photographer down here in San Antonio, but when I go on a ski trip I usually get a lot of that bluish hue and all. This video will surely help me next time I shoot in snowy conditions.
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