The art of snow photography
Posted by Ars Technic on July 14, 2019 10:19:49 This article is part of the Ars Technico series Snow Photography, a series that examines the art of capturing the perfect shot in extreme weather conditions.
The goal is to capture the perfect moment, whether you’re shooting at night or in the middle of nowhere.
The next article in the series, Snow Photography for Windows, will be out in the fall.
This is part one of a two-part series.
The first part covered how to set up a tripod and what to use for shooting with a Canon EF mount lens, and the second part will look at how to take great photos with the Pentax K-mount lens.
We’ve covered how a Pentax camera works and how to properly set up your camera before and after shooting.
In the second article, we’ll go over how to make a perfect Polaroid photo with a Polaroid-branded lens.
And finally, we’re also going to take a look at some of the most popular Polaroid lenses, and show you how to use them to take stunning shots of the perfect polaroid.