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Top 'Weather' Photography Tutorials

Top 'Weather' Photography Tutorials - Here are 10 tutorials that show whatever the weather, outdoor photography is worth it!

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If the weather forecast isn't looking great or you look out of your window and think it's far too cold to venture out on a Sunday morning, here are 10 photography tutorials that will hopefully change your mind!

The articles talk about everything from shooting in rain to capturing perfect snow-filled landscapes, plus there's tips on capturing frosty images as well as advice on dealing with winter sun.

Have a read by clicking on the links then head over the Photo Month forum where we are asking members to post images that fit the theme 'weather'. Post a 'weather' themed image yourself and you never know, you may win an Olympus PEN Mini E-PM2!

Photographing In Foggy Conditions

Photo by David Clapp

Autumn Shoots In Bad Weather

Autumn forest
Photo by David Clapp

Bad Weather Landscape & City Photography Tips

New York
Photo by Robin Whalley

Taking Black & White Shots Of Snow Scenes

Sheep in snow
Photo by John Gravett.

Top Cold Weather Photography Tips

Photo by David Clapp

Photography Tips For A Frosty Morning

Photos by John Gravett.

Tips On Dealing With Winter Sun

Pond winter

How To Capture Landscapes That Show Motion
Motion in the landscape

Photos by John Gravett.

Bad Weather City Photography Tips

Police Station
Photo by Peter Bargh

Shooting Landscapes Whatever The Weather

Photos by John Gravett.

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Thanks a lot for posting these brilliant images and tips on shooting in various settings and in various weather conditions: foggy conditions, bad weather, with winter sun, in a frosty morning, in cold weather, in snowy weather, etc. One luck winner will get a fine camera.

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