By ignoring the weather forecast, says Erez Marom, he has managed in the past to end up with a few unique images that otherwise he would have missed. So, should we completely ignore weather forecasts? Here is his story
Landscape photographers love looking at forecasts, and for good reason. The readier you are for what’s going to happen, the better prepared you are for the cloud conditions, the light direction and the overall weather – the more you can plan your shot, and so you can get to the right place at the right time to achieve what you’ve been planning for a long time. I agree, and I fully support people who direct themselves mainly using forecasts. But I tend to…
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