Many of us are mired in the cold and snow of winter, but that does not mean our creative juices should stop flowing. In fact, winter offers a vast range of unique photo opportunities, some requiring long trips and some only needing you to step outside your back door. Macro snowflake photography falls into the latter category, and this excellent video tutorial features an experienced photographer giving five tips to help you come away with the best possible images.
Coming to you from Micael Widell, this great video tutorial will give you five tips for better macro snowflakes photos. If you are anything like me, you spend most of winter inside, wondering why you do not live somewhere warmer. Nonetheless, I force myself to get out there with my camera at least a few times a year, and I am always thankful when I do, as the winter landscape offers opportunities of all sorts, ranging from macro work to drone photography. So, bundle up and head out there for just a bit. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Widell.
If you would like to continue learning about macro photography, be sure to check out "Mastering Macro Photography: The Complete Shooting and Editing Tutorial With Andres Moline!"
Tip 1: Don't live in central Texas.