Winter Photography


Juggling Jason said...

Noice! I found your blog through Brian Branch's. Glad I did! I read around and feasted on the photog. Very cool!

I especially like the post where you challenge yourself to view things from unusual angles. Those pics of the exercise ball are slendid!

Martin Cormier said...

Thanks Jason!

Its very nice to meet you. I`m glad you enjoy this photo blog.

See ya,

Muna wa Wanjiru said...

I found your blog via Google blog search while searching for Winter photography and your post regarding “Winter photography” looks very interesting to me. I have a few Photography websites of my own and I must say that your blog is really good. Keep up the great work on a really high class resource. I Love Winter photography and for most of us, even the thought of capturing on camera, a great shot of an idyllic winter scene is heartwarming and at the same time mind-numbingly depressing. We all know through bitter experience that a winter photography shot we thought of as perfect, might as well in fact be tossed in the garbage can. One really helpful trick that I learned for winter photography is to meter for something other than the snow

Muna wa Wanjiru is a Web Administrator and has been Researching and Reporting on Digital Photography for years. For more information on Winter Photography, visit his site at WINTER PHOTOGRAPHY