Photographing Winter

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I think Winter gets the short end of the stick when it comes to photography. It doesn’t seem like we take as many photos in the cold weather as we do in the summer. Even though there are plenty of winter activities and photo ops.

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Whenever we get a significant snowfall I take my camera out.

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I especially like to get photos of my favorite furry subjects.

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This winter I even took some night shots after a big snow storm.

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It was so bright out it almost looks like daytime! I’m so glad I ventured out.

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Living where we do, the cold weather encourages us to participate in winter sports. Snowshoeing…

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Ice skating….

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Also snowboarding, cross country skiing, sledding and snow tubing. I’ve even thought about ice fishing. All these deserve to be captured in photos to be remembered later on.

Here are some good winter photography tips that can help you get the best photos out in the snow.

5 Uncommon Snow Photography Tips That Can Transform Your Winter Scenes.” from Digital Photography School

Snow photos: Five top tips for great shots in the snow.” from Pocket-lint

Snow Photography: Tips to help make sure snow stays white and bright” from Better Photographs.com

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I think my next photo book won’t be of the beach. Time to head to a Kodak Picture Kiosk. Winter photos can make great photo books, cards and collages!

Find a Kiosk Picture Kiosk near you.

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