The Weather Is Your Friend

Kenny Williams Photography


Yesterday morning I woke up to a snow storm in the middle of March. Who would have figured? So I quickly ate a bowl of cereal, grabbed my camera equipment, scraped the snow of my car and went on a mission to capture some snow images. It didn’t last longer than a couple of hours, but I managed to capture these beautiful pine trees in the Cascade Mountains. I was drawn to the patterns of these trees and the snow on the branches. Plus I liked the contrast between the snow and the shadows. When photographing falling snow, you need to make sure and use a relatively fast shutter speed or your snowflakes will disappear.

Too many photographers out there are fair weather photographers. Once, the weather turns bad, they pack up or worse, never leave home. But, they are truly missing out on some great photographic opportunities. Taking…

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