Photos in Cold Weather Temperatures

Photo Tips: Cover Camera in 9 degrees

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While visiting an indoor ice sculpture, my shutter froze. I had to leave, cover my camera with my hat until it warmed up. When I re-entered, I kept the hat over the camera unless I was shooting a picture.

My head got cold.

Need to find a better solution for cold weather or even going from air conditioning to humid weather. The lens fog up and no pictures can be taken during this time.

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Eileen Ludwig of Digital Photography and Multimedia Art brings to the world insights about photography, multimedia, and Art. Early adopter of the Brownie Camera and an avid traveler she has photographed far and wide. Use this site to share with others photographs, skills, knowledge, and joys of clicks. She is the owner of five sites: Photography, Web Design School, Social Media School, and Freelance Tourist. Each is in different stages of development and evolution.

This post may contain affiliate links with hopes of supporting my operating cost and traveling habit.

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Take Sailing. Including the boat, the sails and the lines in the pictures of the shoreline gives an establishing shot. Sunsets with the boat are more dramatic than just a simple sunset.

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Eileen Ludwig of Digital Photography and Multimedia Art brings to the world insights about photography, multimedia, and Art. Early adopter of the Brownie Camera and an avid traveler she has photographed far and wide. Use this site to share with others photographs, skills, knowledge, and joys of clicks. She is the owner of five sites: Photography, Web Design School, Social Media School, Freelance Tourist and Theme Park Boomers. Each is in different stages of development and evolution.

This post may contain affiliate links with hopes of supporting my operating cost and traveling habit.

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Medley of photographs


Oh the places I will go with my camera

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Taking my camera everywhere. My encounter with my environment allows me to capture and present many photographs. Both as a tourist and as a photographer. Sometimes the photographs are to capture the moment or the memory. While other times the photographs are artistic, capturing the drama, or impact of the day.

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Love capturing all types of pictures and with a digital camera I have more opportunity but I have not completely or entirely gain the skills to make the best picture as I did with the old film camera. There were less gadgets, bells, and whistles.

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Making time to learn a new item each time I explore is a goal but sometimes in the moment it is impossible.

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Enjoy this medley of photographs. Do you capture both artistically, photographically, and touristically?

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Rugged Oregon Coast awash in driftwood logs


Photo Tips: The world is full of wonders

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My travels in the past took me to the Oregon coast where the view was picturesque and surprising. The logs from logging become driftwood on the shores. Over time and washed with water the wood is sculpted into driftwood. The West Coast shoreline was rugged and not sandy as I had expected. The rocky coast was a treasure of visual delight.

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Now I think of Western Europe and never having seen the shoreline other than in pictures and it also is rocky and magnificent. My bucket list now will include the rocky shoreline of Europe.

Enjoy these few delights from Oregon for my photos for this week Photo Thursday http://budgettravelerssandbox.com/

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Photograph everything even stuff animals


Photo Tips: Instead of spending money – Take a Picture

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When I visit places, I love taking pictures of the landscapes and topiaries. To capture the items I find fascinating but don’t need one more stuff toy or animal, I take a picture. These things beckon to us from the carnival atmosphere but do I need one more stuff animal. Plus I look at how and where they were made. If they are made by CHEAP labor, they are not usually quality – I skip the expenditure.

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Saving money when visiting a theme park is tremendous effort. The food is pricey and not necessarily good. But all those shiny new things are sheer temptation. Learning to take pictures has been important. No more throwing out or giving away or yard sale of old used stuff animals. Some sill manage to creep back into my home. Ugh!

Today we have a mixer of stuff and scenery.

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