Landscape photographers know it. Bad weather can be a good thing, it gives unusual color and light. Bird photographers should know it as well. Snow for example can do some amazing things to reflect the light like a soft natural fill flash. It can also add texture and depth to an image. Of course you have to protect yourself and your gear. Use a lens hood to keep moisture off the lens. Keep spare batteries in a warm pocket against your skin. Fingerless gloves can keep you going. The next time the weather looks bad, plan on getting out there.
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