Dressing for Winter Photography

Heat management, and dressing correctly, is the key to getting great photographs of the winter landscape and cold weather sports and activities.

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Tips For Summer Outdoor Photography

Story and photographs © Paul Mozell You still need a tripod even if you have a vibration-reduction lens. A VR (vibration-reduction) or VC (vibration compensation), or IS (image stabilization) lens is great to have in your camera kit but it won’t entirely replace a sturdy tripod. If you are shooting…

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Winter in the White Mountains

© Paul Mozell 2008. The winter of of 2007-2008 has blanketed the White Mountains of New Hampshire with more snow than we have seen in many years. The opportunities for exciting winter photography have been very numerous as a result. In just 2 days of shooting in the region, I…

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Shooting tips: Making the Most of Cloudy, Snowy Days

The first snowfall in Massachusetts is exciting for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the return of great outdoor photography opportunities after stark and wet November weather. Combining my photography with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing makes this a wonderful season.

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