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Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed

If you get all four seasons in your region, count yourself among the luckiest people. May it be Summer, Spring, Fall, or Winter: they hold their own significance to photographers. However, some landscape photographers dread Winter and prefer the different shades of Fall. Granted, Fall is mesmerizing in its own right, but Winter has its own beauty to it. Take a look at this amazing video and see what Christian Irmler has to say about ‘Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed.’

Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this informative video discusses ‘Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed.’ Of course, the hardest thing in Winter for a landscape photographer is to get out of bed. Jokes apart, the trickiest thing is to find a good composition and not to ruin it with your own footprints. It might be difficult to get great photographs, but once you start looking, the snow and the frost add allure to the landscape. It is almost magical. The rest of the magic is in your hands.

Check out the video above for the full rundown.

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"I toally risk with the weather, but I would risk much more if I would stay at home, because staying at home always leads into 100% fail."

Christian Irmler - Landscape Photographer and great-great grandnephew of Gustav Klimt (6th degree)


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