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Winter landscape photography tips

Winter landscape photography tips

Every season brings with it a long list of opportunities, and none is arguably as potentially transformative as winter. Long gone are the rich, warm tones of autumn, and with the verdant foliage of spring a distant forecast, winter can sometimes feel like a lifeless and dark time of year. But it’s not all bad for photography; there are many advantages for landscape and outdoor photographers, not least beautiful frosty mornings, the potential for snow that magically transforms scenes and, of course, the fact that golden hour occurs at more civilised times of the day than in summer, for instance. Lagangarbh Hut in Glencoe with Buachaille Etive Mor in the background in winter under snow Sony A7R III, 16-35mm, 0.3sec at f/14, ISO 50 As we write, there are still stringent restrictions in place across the UK regarding where you can travel to, so you need to exercise caution […]

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