Snow – how can something so beautiful cause so many problems? And not just transport problems. Snow can be tricky to photograph because your camera can get it wrong and make very bright scenes look dark and dreary.
Mike Browne and Jayne Whitelock have braved the Arctic conditions to produce a simple to follow photography video tutorial to show you exactly how you can get around the issues that prevent your snow shots from dazzling.
means slowing down and thinking about it for a minute. What do you want to achieve with the pictures? And how will you do it? This snow photography video
will help you answer these fundamental questions - and help you stop your batteries going flat too!
- Keeping it bright and white
- Why you should always take a camera bag
- What to photograph
- How to make sure your batteries don't die
The “snow photography
” video can be found in the features menu on the new photography videos section of PhotographyCourses.Biz website.
More entertaining and easy to understand photography videos
presented by professional photographer Mike and filmed by producer/director Jayne, are available on the new subscription service.
Videos are accessed via the dedicated photography videos
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feature advice on everything including:
- buying a digital SLR camera
- using flash
- camera controls and menus
- guidance on exposure
- how to get the best out of different lenses
- making sure your pictures are sharp
- free camera and kit reviews
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