Winter Photography Tips

Hello everyone, how are you feeling?

We are into November and winter is starting to set in, plummeting tempertures, gale force winds and icey paths and roads..basically 11 months out of 12 if you live in the UK. But WAIT! do not pack up the camera just yet. It maybe not warm, blue sky weather, but it does not mean the camera needs to go hibernate. Let me tell you why...

Grey Days Are Not The End

If you pull back the curtains or open the blinds to find a grey day staring back at you. Do not climb back into bed and wait for tomorrow. Grab the camera put into monochrome and get outside. The monochrome setting will draw out the most striking aspects for a dull, grey day. Don't believe me? Try it.

Rain Rain, Don't Go Away

I know, I know, nobody likes getting wet and I am the same. That is why I wait for the rain to stop and then go out. That is because the wet surfaces now offer you some great opportunities for amazing photos.  

 Gledhow Valley Woods, Chapel Allerton, Leeds

Gledhow Valley Woods, Chapel Allerton, Leeds

Sunset or Sunrise..BOTH!

During winter time, the sunrise is not super early like and the sunset is not super late. Which means you will be able to capture some amazing photos for your portfolio or to show off to your friends and family. So get out and capture them images! post them in the comments section for me to see.

 Sunset at Soldiers Field, Roundhay Park, Leeds

Sunset at Soldiers Field, Roundhay Park, Leeds

I hope you find at least one of tips helpful, if you have any feedback, please post it in the comment section below or send me a message using the contact me page.