To light a model in 2 feet of snow on a farm in Orchard Park, NY, pro photographer Rhea Anna relied solely on reflectors. She started by mounting a Canon 24–70mm f/2.8L EF lens on her Canon EOS 5D. Her main light was the overcast sky above, and her fill light was cast mostly by the snow below. To add punch and directionality to the lighting, she placed a white, 42x72-inch F.J. Westcott Scrim Jim reflector to one side of the model, and to warm up the ambient light’s heavy blue cast, a 32-inch gold Photoflex LiteDisc on the opposite side. Nonelectrical reflectors are perhaps the best, safest, and often only lighting tool for photographers working in and around snow or water in all its forms.