How to take pictures in the snow

In this tutorial, we're going to show you . You'll get some excellent tips & methods and we'll be revealing you how to expose appropriately for snow along with giving you some great concepts regarding what to photograph during the winter.

We're in the gorgeous forests of England as the daybreaks over the trees and it simply could not have actually looked any much better for us. If you want to take photos in the snow, then this tutorial is for you.

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  1. Great shots as always! But when do you know what shutter speed to use when taking pictures like this or on a sunset or rise time?

    1. +Steven Ortiz hi, in the video it shows you the shutter speeds used for the shots. Exposures for sunsets and sunrises will change depending on the effect you want and light available. You really need to learn about photography to get to that point, a few YouTube vids won’t do it. We sell a complete guide to photography online courses on our web site. Hope that helps 👍

    2. Thank you. I actually purchased the basic guide from guys and it helped me with the basics. How many more packages are there in total? I think you guys do an amazing job with tutorials.

    3. The School of Photography perfect I will do so, thank you very much for your quick response and for actually responding back to me. It means a great deal. I’m new at photography and I’d like to be on your level of greatness.

    1. Thanks Cat, glad you liked it. Don’t forget to subscribe for more 😊

  2. Thank you for the awesome video and tips. Very nice pictures!!!!!I have also a tip for you about the seeds where you talking about. This are de femal seeds of the hazel. 🙂

    1. +Luc Waumans thanks Luc, glad you liked the video and thanks for the tree knowledge 😊

  3. Really like you video and style. Was surprised to see you’re shooting in apature priority mode rather than manual. There seems to be a real culture that everything but manual is bad. It’s good to see someone using the tools that we have. Keep up the good work

  4. Hello Parabéns belíssimo seu canal 🌷 obrigada por compartilhar lindos vídeos 👍 super
    Saudações 🇧🇷 beijos com carinho 😘 Love

  5. I really like your videos gives me inspiration of the different style of photography there is I’m still learning but I love my journey as a photographer

    1. My mum was a bit of a good pickher girl and it was the agreement with what shill do so she was parity good to see if her family and friends loved her pickher pose aowt she tells everyone when she’s takin it is a man to step up and and its a girl if she’s takin it slowly

  6. Is there something you do to get your gear exposed to the cold and then get back inside ? Some of you may laugh but I want to avoid condensation in my gear.

  7. How do you keep your gear from fogging up,going into the cold and coming back from the cold?

    1. Hi, just make sure the gear is in the cold for a while before you use it.

  8. Thanks for providing the photos and post production info, really useful. I’m going to give your Lightroom course a try off the back of binging a load of your videos this week. Thanks again for the great content.

  9. Thanks for the photo tips love the video some of the snowy scenes very helpful 🙂 Tim

  10. Great video mate. I’m about to go out with my Nikon d300 to shoot some snow photography and this video has gave me some great inspiration and a little more confidence. Keep up the good work

  11. Thanks so much for the tips. One’s generosity brings joy and happiness to many.. Love it. 💕

  12. Hi, thank you for the video. Pictures are nice and the data along is much appreciated but I’m surprised that as a photography teacher, you do not mention at all the white balance settings so important for snow photography. Because as for exposure, in snow, AWB from camera gives quite funky results. Anyway for the readers, 8000k is a good start, then fiddle up or down.
    Otherwise, may I ask what tripod and head you use ? It looks like a Manfrotto 055XPROB but I’m not too sure…

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