Can bad weather equal great images?
Do you keep on shooting when it’s cold and wet or do you pack your camera away?
Right now, the weather in the UK is terrible – and that’s putting it mildly.
This leaves photographers much more limited in terms of the kind of photos they can get out and take – and that’s if they even try to get outside and get snapping.
Of course, this is very much a case of ‘each to their own’ and it’s certainly not for one person to tell another that they are wrong to keep themselves – and their camera – in the warm and dry.
Likewise, if you feel confident to venture out when the weather’s bad with your expensive kit in tow, that’s your business!! We’ve actually spoken to photographers who favour bad weather, believing that they can better shots in those conditions.
We’d like to know what you tend to do. Have you taken great images in bad weather? If so, when, where and how? When the weatherman says it’s raining, do you change your photography plan and wait for conditions to improve?
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