The December 5 meeting will feature our final salon competition for 2018, and John Pennoyer will be here to make comments on our images. I remember how John did an excellent presentation to us on winter photography a couple of years ago. It is a favorite time of the year for him and he shared his experiences and even brought all of the clothing he uses to protect himself and his gear. I know that he would welcome questions on the subject. The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm.
More on Winter Photography
“Winter” is the assignment for the February salon and the submission deadline is January 16, so we still have some time to shoot. I follow both John Gregor and Bryan Hansel on Facebook and those pristine winter scenes on the North Shore are my favorites. Here is John Gregor’s “Fashion Tips for the Winter Photographer”.
Closer to home, Bryan Leonard shared his tips on snowflake photography in March this year and it would be a good time to revisit the post by clicking here.
A search on winter photography will bring a lot of results and my favorite is this one since it covers protecting your gear.
Finally, here is a little time-lapse video that I made in 2016. I set up my tripod to shoot out onto a deck and set the intervalometer to make an exposure once each minute. The video represents four hours of falling snow that resulted in 247 exposures and uses eight seconds of this clip.