I’ve done my fair share of shooting in the cold here in Australia however nothing could prepare me for the -32 degree shooting conditions I recently faced in Swedish Lapland. It was seriously cold!
It was sensational photography with the air crisp and dry, the snow a dry powder not unlike the fake snow you buy at Xmas for the tree. Snow stuck to the trees like it had been sprayed on and waterfalls froze along roadside cliffs.
But these magical conditions presented their own set of challenges - handling cameras with three sets of gloves, auto focus not working, LED screens failing and noses sticking to camera bodies.
In this eBook I tell you my tips for how best to prepare for shooting in -20 plus degrees cold.