Shooting during the winter can prove to be challenging, for both your body and your camera! Before you set out on your cold weathered photo adventure, be sure to bundle up! Wear a lot of layers, and find a pair of thin, but very warm gloves so your fingers aren't too bulky for the camera. Here are some tips to keep in mind next time you find yourself with a fresh snowfall.
1. Protect your camera**
Use your favorite method to protect your camera from the snow! You wouldn't want your camera being ruined just because you didn't take an extra few minutes to protect your equipment. If it's not snowing, this really isn't a problem unless your clumsy and prone to dropping things, but if it is snowing out, definitely protect your lens