Snowstorms can be pretty unpleasant to work in, but they can also give you rather unique photographic opportunities. If you have never shot in one, this great video will show what it is like and the sort of images you can create.
Coming to you from Thomas Heaton, this interesting video follows him as he shoots in a snowstorm. Shooting in a snowstorm is an entirely different look from simply shooting a snow-covered landscape, and it can create some very unique and otherworldly images. It presents some challenges as well, such as melting snow causing moisture on your camera and lens (so be sure to take precautions) and flying snow making it difficult to autofocus. One thing I have always loved about shooting in active snowfall is that depending on the rate and the size of the flakes, you can get vastly different images. In fact, it is my favorite environment in which to fly my drone (check out this article for tips on flying your drone in cold weather). Take a look at the video above for Heaton's full thoughts.
And if you really want to dive into landscape photography, check out "Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi."