Shootin’ in the rain

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When you get caught up in a rain­storm, start shoot­ing im­me­di­ately af­ter the rain stops. As the sun emerges and peeks through darker storm clouds, you’ll be pre­sented with stun­ning photo op­por­tu­ni­ties. Clouds af­ter rain are very dra­matic, and the still air will give way to pris­tine reflections and glis­ten­ing green­ery. In tor­ren­tial weather, though, don’t get car­ried away and dam­age your kit in the process. Many cam­era bags come with a wa­ter­proof cover, so use them if it re­ally starts to pour. You can pro­tect your lenses to a cer­tain de­gree with a lens hood, but it’s worth in­vest­ing in a ba­sic rain cover so that you can carry on shoot­ing.

Dress your­self – and your cam­era – for the weather

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