Photo Tips: Cover Camera in 9 degrees
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.
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