Rainy Day Photo Tips

Tweet Many people keep their cameras in the bag when the weather turns bad, but that’s a mistake. Stormy weather often results in dramatic photographs, and the diffuse light of misty and drizzly days is ideal for shooting forest and waterfall scenes. In this video, I describe the techniques and gear I use when shooting […]

Many people keep their cameras in the bag when the weather turns bad, but that’s a mistake. Stormy weather often results in dramatic photographs, and the diffuse light of misty and drizzly days is ideal for shooting forest and waterfall scenes. In this video, I describe the techniques and gear I use when shooting in the rain. By the way, many of these ideas work well in winter too.

Rainshowers in the distance as seen from Long Beach in Stratford, Connecticut.  Adjacent to the Great Meadows Unit of McKinney National Wildlife Refuge.

Rainshowers in the distance as seen from Long Beach in Stratford, Connecticut. Adjacent to the Great Meadows Unit of McKinney National Wildlife Refuge.

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Jerry MonkmanJerry Monkman – who has written posts on Photo Tips from Jerry Monkman and friends.
Known for his conservation photography work in New England’s wild places, Jerry Monkman has spent the last 15 years artfully documenting the mountains, forests, and coastlines that define the region. Staying true to his mission of “promoting ecological awareness through creative photography,” his images have contributed to raising awareness and funds to protect a diverse collection of wild places, from a small Connecticut trout stream not far from New York City, to New Hampshire’s Great Bay, to Maine’s Katahdin Lake near Baxter State Park. His work has appeared in magazines, books, and calendars around the world, including Outdoor Photographer, National Geographic Adventure, Audubon, and the New York Times. With his wife Marcy, Jerry has co-author several books about the region, and recently released his first book on photography instruction, The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography. Jerry also leads several photo workshops annually in Vermont, New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Acadia National Park, and the Cape Cod National Seashore. He is currently the president-elect of the North American Nature Photography Association. To see more of Jerry’s work, visit his website: www.ecophotography.com.

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