If you're having a great day out on the slopes, then like many others, you probably want to catch some of your finest moments on film. If you are venturing into this quest, here is something to consider. Extreme Weather Conditions You should know how to handle your camera in cold conditions. The primary problem that you will encounter with your camera is cold temperatures. Batteries most often do not work in very cold conditions. It may also affect the camera's shutter and your film, if you happen to use film. To keep your camera and batteries warm when dealing with cold weather, keep them inside your parka and close to your body. Take them out only when you are prepared to shoot. However, it will be a problem if you have a huge camera. But if you are only taking pictures recreationally, then a smaller camera will do. Meanwhile, if you are taking professional pictures, then get the best camera you can afford and try to keep it as warm as you can. Treat your camera as an extension of yourself by protecting it from cold, so that like your body it can function well.
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