Jevgenija Sitik, Photographer / Writer
Freezing weather creates some fantastic opportunities for macro photography. Explore the world in miniature. Cold and freezing nights bring a lot of photographic potential. When the nights get longer and temperatures are dropping below zero degrees Celsius, the prospect of a magical covering of frost increases. This miracle of nature that coats everything in ice crystals, transforms all of the subjects into something really beautiful. Frosty morning is a really beautiful time. The sky is clear and sunny, the lights are fantastic.
No matter how trivial, but in the winter you can make great photos,you should take into account a number of features proper in this time of year. Here are a few tips how to have a good photo shoot in the winter time. But one rule has not directly connected with photography, to better describe beginning: Dress up warmly! You can not work in winter time if you freeze in ten minutes or your fingers are frostbitten in few minutes. Get yourself geared up and ready to go out early to catch the best of the frost and light. So if you are dressed for the season, then take the camera and now you can start working. You may not even need to leave your back yard for taking an amazing photos! Just have fun, explore different things and objects. Then you get an amazing photos in your photo gallery.
If you go out with soap bubbles when the temperatures drop below zero degrees Celsius, ice crystals create amazing patterns on the top of the bubble. Each pattern is unique and can be very interesting subject for photography. When the soap bubble freeze -these moments are the most incredible – the bubble is quickly spinning, shimmering like a rainbow and then gradually formed on the walls of bubble snow patterns and ice crystals. These patterns are changing just like a kaleidoscope, until the bubble doesn’t freeze at all.
What could be more fun than blowing soap bubbles in the winter time! Just go out and try…
Photo by Jevgenija Sitik
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