It may be absolutely freezing where you are right now, but that doesn't mean it's not a great time get out and shoot some photos. This great video will give you seven helpful tips and ideas for better winter landscape images.
Coming to you from Nigel Danson, this is a good video to watch if you're thinking of heading out into the snow and cold to shoot a bit. Snow and ice can be a great way to achieve a different look in your shots or to really get abstract. If you do head outdoors and spend a while there, be careful bringing your gear back inside. Moving from cold, dry air to warm, humid air makes conditions ideal for condensation to form on and in your camera and lenses, which is never a good situation. To prevent this, put all your gear inside a zippered camera bag or seal it inside a plastic bag before you bring it back inside, then let it sit until it reaches room temperature again. Doing this should be sufficient to protect your camera and lenses from moisture damage due to condensation. Now, bundle up and go out to shoot some of the beautiful scenery!