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Let it snow with textures and blend modes
As the snow begins to fall (like it is as I'm typing this), I always like to go back and...
Looking at how to photograph in the snow
Snow can create some beautiful winter scenes, but it can also be difficult to photograph. In this video from LinkedIn...
Making your own snow scene
Recently I worked with a team of fellow creatives on an “Ice Queen” character concept and photoshoot. Since snow is...
How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)
Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you're sure to have...
How to create realistic snow in Photoshop
The problem with snow added in post-production is that it looks fake more often than not. That's a shame because...
Photographer of the Day: Joe
Category: Snow Photographer: Joe Photo: "Soldiers in the Fog" There's something very powerful about this photograph. The snowy mountains and...
Long exposure tricks: Use a low camera angle
Last week, I went out and photographed after our first big snow in West Michigan. I kept my pack light,...
Photographing architecture in winter
As a commercial architectural photographer, most of my clients want images shot in great weather conditions: Blue skies, maybe a...
Pick up your camera and go
Let’s face it — some days we don’t really feel like going out to take photos. Weather, kids, work, chores,...
Bundle up and submit your snow photographs for Photographer of the Day!
With winter right around the corner, we want to see your best snow photographs for our December Photographer of the...

Let it snow with textures and blend modes

As the snow begins to fall (like it is as I’m typing this), I always like to go back and look at my past winter photographs. Not because I love photographing out in the winter tundra, below-zero wind chills that

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Looking at how to photograph in the snow

Snow can create some beautiful winter scenes, but it can also be difficult to photograph. In this video from LinkedIn Learning, photographer Justin Reznick shows us best practices for photographing in the frozen tundra.  Looking at how to photograph

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Making your own snow scene

Recently I worked with a team of fellow creatives on an “Ice Queen” character concept and photoshoot. Since snow is in pretty short supply in sunny Florida, to create the snow covered photo set we envisioned required much brainstorming, research and experimentation. While we could have resorted to a more Photoshop based approach, creating snow effects on the computer, we wanted to get as much of the winter effect in camera in one shot as possible.

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How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)

Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you’re sure to have fun, too. It’s a great excuse to get out and make pictures and keep your eye sharp through the winter.

Read More

How to create realistic snow in Photoshop

The problem with snow added in post-production is that it looks fake more often than not. That’s a shame because creating realistic snow is much easier than people would think. Listen to the Canadian girl and keep on reading to know once

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Photographer of the Day: Joe

Category: Snow Photographer: Joe Photo: “Soldiers in the Fog” There’s something very powerful about this photograph. The snowy mountains and trees, encompassed by a dense fog, just make for a very surreal capture. The black and white treatment on this

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Photographing architecture in winter

As a commercial architectural photographer, most of my clients want images shot in great weather conditions: Blue skies, maybe a few clouds, green grass, leaves on the trees, etc. Living in Toronto, it means I can photograph exteriors from approximately

Read More

Pick up your camera and go

Let’s face it — some days we don’t really feel like going out to take photos. Weather, kids, work, chores, projects…the list goes on. The list of excuses, because really that’s what they are. All of these things take us

Read More

How to photograph sledding (comprehensive)

Wanna have some fun this winter? Go photograph kids sledding. When your subjects are having fun, you’re sure to have fun, too. It’s a great excuse to get out and make pictures and keep your eye sharp through the winter.

Read More

How to create realistic snow in Photoshop

The problem with snow added in post-production is that it looks fake more often than not. That’s a shame because creating realistic snow is much easier than people would think. Listen to the Canadian girl and keep on reading to know once

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Joe

Category: Snow Photographer: Joe Photo: “Soldiers in the Fog” There’s something very powerful about this photograph. The snowy mountains and trees, encompassed by a dense fog, just make for a very surreal capture. The black and white treatment on this

Read More

Photographing architecture in winter

As a commercial architectural photographer, most of my clients want images shot in great weather conditions: Blue skies, maybe a few clouds, green grass, leaves on the trees, etc. Living in Toronto, it means I can photograph exteriors from approximately

Read More

Pick up your camera and go

Let’s face it — some days we don’t really feel like going out to take photos. Weather, kids, work, chores, projects…the list goes on. The list of excuses, because really that’s what they are. All of these things take us

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Joan Manel Zamora

Category: Sports Photographer: Joan Manel Zamora “Mushing – Winter” Winter might be over, but the sport of dog sledding has always intrigued me. Here, the photographer showcases an individual dog, with the rest of the pack in the background, which

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Ian Lewry Photographer of the Day

Photographer of the Day: Ian Lewry

Category: Travel Photographer:  Ian Lewry – “Lake Bled in the Snow“ This shot made me want to be there shooting alongside Ian. Call me crazy but I love snow and appreciate when there are photographers who get out and shoot in the

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