Rain, wind, grey skies and a relentless amount of bad weather can drive a photographer to distraction. One way to overcome the ‘bad’ weather is to embrace it and make the best use of it. Joe Rainbow shares his story and thoughts
Knowing where to shoot in certain conditions is vital and, sometimes, that will be at short notice. The weather in the UK over the last 6 months has been predictable to say the least; rain, wind, more rain and flat grey skies. It has been unrelenting save for the odd break here and there, so making the most of it is essential. One way to overcome the ‘bad’ weather is to embrace it and make the best use of it. I have seen many portfolios of images that all look as if they were shot in the same golden light at sunrise or sunset and, although impressive individually, they can combine to...
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