Digital Photography - Weather Issues
Help and Tips
Weather issues related to digital photography including taking photos on cloudy or cold days.
#1: Capture the Morning Frost
Capture the frost glistening on the landscape for a memorable digital photo.
#2: Use Manual Zoom in Bad Weather
Consider switching to manual zoom when the weather turns bad for clearer photos.
#3: Get Out Early After it Snows
Taking digital photos after a snowstorm? Get out early before shoeprints taint the landscape or cityscape.
#4: Dealing with Cloudy Days
Don't let cloudy days keep you from taking great photographs with your digital camera! Take advantage of the weather.
#5: May Just Have to Wait
Patience may be required when taking outdoor digital photos to get the perfect lighting.
#6: Be Careful Coming in From the Cold
Condensation may form on your digital camera's lens.
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