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    Default Tips For Winter Photography

    Hi All! I'll be going to Japan, Hokkaido next month and it'll still be snowing.
    Would like to ask for tips regarding winter photography as i understand its tough to shoot in such conditions.
    Any advice on camera settings as well as precautions to take for my DSLR?
    Thanks!!

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    Default Re: Tips For Winter Photography

    You have accepted the terms of service for Clubsnap. Please review and pay special attention to point 2.
    Secondly: right on top of this subsection there is a sticky thread with a topic hinting a certain relevance to your question:
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=615253
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    Default Re: Tips For Winter Photography

    moved to Travel section
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Default Re: Tips For Winter Photography

    Hi All! I'll be going to Japan, Hokkaido next month and it'll still be snowing.
    Would like to ask for tips regarding winter photography as i understand its tough to shoot in such conditions.
    Any advice on camera settings as well as precautions to take for my DSLR?
    Thanks!!
    There are MANY threads on precautions to take. However, for actual shooting, I'd suggest you remind yourself of metering issues as cameras easily get confused by the stark white snow, often underexposing and giving your images a weird greyish look. Another thing I think many people forget about: Shoot as though it is raining. Avoid letting the front of your lens get smudged with melted snow.

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