When the weather gets cold, it comes with many challenges to photographers and their equipment. Like drained batteries, frostbit fingers and harm to your precious camera. Cold weather photography is a totally different job than in hot weather. However there are some simple solutions to most cold weather problems, they may not be the ones you would ever think before.
You might think it be difficult to capture a natural smile, however it may not be so difficult as you learn about our tips. When people were asked to take a photo, all too often they grimace or give a forced smile against the camera. This is a natural reaction in this situation. But a ready smile is not what we want most, as it looks like political-leaders-meeting-each-other style. Yes, what we need is an unready smile. Each person’s natural smile is slightly different but most have a few common features.
During the process of learning photography, everyone is destined to run up against this problem – blurry images. It’s commonly seen among photographers of all levels. But the reasons vary, blurry images may come in different ways and in different situations.
If you got a tripod around shaking may not be a problem, but you don’t always take it all the way along cuz it could be a burden. If possible you can lay your camera on a table, a rock, a car or anything that stands still, that is a lucky case. And just in case you must learn the right way to hold your camera in order to avoid camera shake. And this may vary based on the type of camera.