Shooting snow can actually be notoriously difficult as there are all types of exposure problems. If you take the time to learn to photograph snow however, it can result in some fantastic images.
We think these snowscapes show what is possible and will hopefully serve as inspiration for the next time you find yourself in the snow.
If you love snowscapes and, of course, landscapes in general as much as we do then take a look a our resource page on Landscape Photography With all these resources in one place it is easy to learn how to become a great landscape photographer.
Further Snowscape Resources And Tutorials:
Take a look at this great information to take your own stunning snowscapes:
- 7 Useful Tactics For Capturing Better Snowscapes
- Winter Wonderland – The Keys to Photographing Snow
- Winter Is Coming – How to Take Care Of Your Gear
- 13 Amazing Tips And Tricks For Snow Photography
Do check out Kent DuFault's The Complete Landscape Photography Guide. It is comprehensive in its training and the illustrations give you the visuals to help you grasp the concepts of great landscape photography. Better still are the assignments that help you put your learnings into practice.
Temp got down to 12 deg last night. Could snow any minute. Thanks for the inspiration but I’m staying in bed and close to the Equator.
I spent yesterday at Coney Island photographing the Mermaid Parade with thoughts of snow far, far behind me. I live at the top of a half mile dirt driveway and when it snows we have to park at the bottom and hike up. this past Winter had up hiking up/down for three months! Not looking forward to it again!https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_kalan/5528832483/in/photostream/lightbox/
Brrr…it’s the first day of summer here and thinking about snow as we get into the warmer weather is not where I want to be just yet. But definitely some great inspiration for winter in 6 months time.
These are fabulous shots. I appreciate you doing this. The only suggestion I would make is to link directly to the photo posted so people can comment on it rather than digging through a stream to find the shot featured here.