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17 Photos That Prove You Can Capture Amazing Shots in Bad Weather

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As a photographer, what do you do when the weather turns bad? Do you give up taking photos when the weather takes a turn for the worse because you feel that you cannot take good shots in bad weather, or do you try to find opportunities to make the most of the situation? If it’s the latter, then you can be sure to be rewarded with some great shots.
Photographing in bad weather can be challenging but if you are willing to put in a little extra effort to photograph, your efforts could help you end up with some unique and remarkable shots.
In this post, we have collected some amazing frames captured in bad weather – photos on rainy days, in cloudy outdoors and under stormy skies. We hope they inspire you to photograph despite bad weather and not let it dampen your photography spirit. Bad weather does not have to mean bad photos!

Note- If you want to be better prepared when photographing during bad weather and want to produce great photographs despite lackluster weather, you should check out the guide Producing Top Photography in Bad Weather over at Photzy. It includes practical tips on planning for a photo excursion in inclement weather, gaining insight into what to shoot in bad light, and tons of other useful tips. Go here now to check it out.

Photo by Pacheco
Photo by Dyonis
Photo by Vinoth Chandar
Photo by Jonathan Combe
Photo by Vinoth Chandar
Photo by Chris Combe
Photo by Nick Fewings
Photo by Brian Donovan
Photo by Dave Heuts
Photo by Piotr Mamnaimie
Photo by Tuncay
Photo by Emilio Küffer
Photo by Beryl Chan
Photo by Javier Vieras
Photo by Richard Walker
Photo by Vinoth Chandar
Photo by Vinoth Chandar

We hope that these photographs inspire you to produce some cool photos of your own. Don't forget to share your shots with us in the comments below.

If you want to be better prepared when photographing during bad weather and want to produce great photographs despite lackluster weather, you should check out the guide Producing Top Photography in Bad Weather over at Photzy. It includes practical tips on planning for a photo excursion in inclement weather, gaining insight into what to shoot in bad light, and tons of other useful tips. Go here now to check it out.

About the author

Ritesh Saini

Ritesh has been photographing for about seven years now and his photographic interests have varied from nature and landscapes to street photography. You can see his photography on Flickr or on his website.

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