About a year ago I invited Michael Bollino to be on the podcast to tell us about his photography and the process he shoots with. In this episode, Michael and I are going to be discussing the art of winter photography and what you need to know to shoot successful photographs in snow and icy conditions.
The reason that I chose Michael to talk about this topic is because of his great style of educating and explaining photographic concepts.
Michael Bollino is going to take us through a description of what it takes to shoot successful winter photographs starting with composition and ending with some specific pieces of gear you need to invest in to shoot in the cold months of the year.
Listen up as Michael Bollino explains the art of winter photography!
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