Some ideas and techniques for the small side of winter photography.
Winter is a great time to develop your eye for the minimalist image. Tips, strategies and processing ideas to get you started.
The winter sun never gets very high in the sky, but that means there are shadows everywhere for the observant photographer.
Landscape photography is something you fall into if you're a nature photographer, and I'm no exception. Huge vistas and eye-popping panoramas are very easy to get caught up in. But when I've got my eyes screwed in right and start to really see, lots of other things pop out at me. Microscapes, macros and small... Continue Reading →
February, being cold, blizzardy, snowy and miserable I didn't get out much. March is different. I've been out a couple of times and look what I saw - Sunlight in the snowy forest can take on so many aspects. Shadows on smooth snow is one of the best though. This one is from the Pulpit... Continue Reading →
A lot of nature photographers hibernate in winter. I used to be one of them, but no longer. There's a lot of beauty to be found if you pay attention and look for it. And having the right gear helps, too. There's no such thing as bad weather, just poor clothing choices. And always remember... Continue Reading →
It's as much a part of being a photographer as clicking the shutter - the ebb. Maybe not exactly an ebb, but a slack tide kind of time. The time between the rushing. When things are still. Calm. I used to resent my 'photographic funks', but now I sort of relish them. I think it... Continue Reading →