Cold Weather Photography: Keeping Yourself Warm and Your Gear Working
On this quick video tip by photographer Anthony Morganti we look at a few things that you can do to make yourself and your gear warm and functional during the winter.
We are getting close to the coldest time of the year in the northern hemisphere and this is a great time to talk about what you can do to stay warm when you go to shoot outside and no less important – keep your gear functioning. Morganti has a few good first hand tips that you might want to learn from on this video.
Here is a list of the products & links Morganti mentions in the video:
- Tiger Balm Ultra Strength
- Aurora Naturally – Warm Skin Weather Guard
- Vaseline 100% Pure Petroleum Jelly
- Ziploc Big Bag Double Zipper, X-Large, 4-Count
- Silica Gel Desiccant 25 Packets of 10 Grams Each
This is not the first time that we are looking at tips for shooting outside in the winter. Last year at around the same time we published Steve Neidorf video on “Best Clothes for Winter Photography” which you might also like to check out.
You can check out many more helpful photography tips on our Photography tips section here on LensVid.