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FOREST PHOTOGRAPHY IN A SNOW STORM | The Landscape Photography Journals E19 – Viral Trends

FOREST PHOTOGRAPHY IN A SNOW STORM | The Landscape Photography Journals E19

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  1. What gloves do you use that both keep your fingers warm and retain dexterity for camera controls? Incidentally my camera has a touch screen LED and I'd like to retain use of that function in cold weather. Thanks!

  2. How many miles do you typically hike in a day with all that camera gear? Do you ever think about going to mirrorless for weight savings?

  3. Dave thanks so much for these video's as I learn so much. They are on the bottom of my student homework sheet each week. Thank you.

    I do have a question and that is why do you not use a lens hood in the snow to keep the snow off the front element of the lens?

    Keep up the great work.

  4. In the absence of a camera that has the ability to see the live histogram, what should I do to get the most out of my post processing experience? Do you go over that in your recent extensive guide available to purchase?

  5. Good stuff Dave… Understanding light under those snowy, very white conditions & understanding the histogram was well presented. I was able to wrap my head around your procedures for the most part, utilizing aperture priority & changing up the iso for the eventual blending of the images taken. I am a bit old school & tend to stay in manual & make my own adj.'s accordingly…
    My simple brain seams better equipped for shooting in manual & generally speaking exposing to the right in these conditions…
    Bill Farr… 🙂

  6. Nice, Dave…maybe I missed it…but where are you for this video? I noticed from earlier videos that you shoot with a 14-24 and a 28-300. This lens appears to be neither…what are you using here? Thanks

  7. Thank you, Dave. This video was very interesting about the use of Aperature priority and the use of the Compensation Exposure wheel to move the Histo to the right to gain more detail. I always have my camera in the Manual mode, so that I have flexibility. Why Aperature Priority over Manual? Lake City is waiting for you, whenever you have a chance for a visit……….

  8. Dave, this further reinforces the knowledge I have acquired from watching your vlogs. Before I used to just focus on the histogram and look to set it as required but now I find myself looking at the scene and using my observations of the scene to set my histogram. My technical knowledge has grown a fair bit as a result of watching and rewatching your videos and for that I thank you

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