December 15

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Watch My Winter Landscape Photography Webinar

By Dan

December 15, 2020

Last week, I did a Winter Landscape Photography Webinar for Fujifilm and Delaware camera in Buffalo NY. If there’s one place in the Continental US that knows about winter, it’s Buffalo, so this was a fitting outlet for me to talk about shooting in the wintertime. Knowing that not all of my followers could tune in, I asked them if they would record it. I have now shared the video to my YouTube channel.

During this hour-long presentation, I share my insight about the techniques I like to use and the types of elements that catch my eye when I’m out with the camera during the winter months. I talk about things like light, compositional techniques, exposure, dealing with the cold, and my favorite lenses I like to use for capturing winter subjects.

The entire video is almost two hours, but some of that is into and a long post-workshop conversation between me, the host and some of the other chat members, who stuck around until we finally decided to pull the plug. So, the workshop itself lasts for about an hour.

Thanks to Fujifilm and the crew at Delaware Camera for hosting the workshop. I hope you enjoy watching it, or re-watching it! If you were one of the 150+ attendees, then I’d like to say thanks so much for tuning in! I hope you found it to be informative and entertaining.

I’m planning on doing more of these video workshops, so stay tuned!!

About the author

Hi, I'm Dan Bailey, a 20+ year pro outdoor and adventure photographer, and official FUJIFILM X-Photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska.


As a top rated blogger and author my goal is to help you become a better, more confident and competent photographer, so that you can have as much fun and creative enjoyment as I do.


  • Thanks for making this webinar available for those of us who were just a tad late to sign up and consequently couldn’t get in. Very enjoyable presentation, and you even had a few kind words for my 55-200mm lens (I love that thing!). Stay warm, Daniel

  • Dan, hard to find your comment section on this on but want you to know that i really enjoyed this philosophical discussion on creativity and photography. I will fwd. it on to some other folks. I love your “quirky style” and enthusiastic presentations beyond just the mechanics of things. Save flying n good health.

  • Thank you, Merle. Really appreciate your feedback. I try to keep things very down to earth. Take care and be well.

  • Daniel, you’re welcome! Glad you enjoyed the replay. Yes, that 55-200 really is a sweet lens! There have been times when I don’t use it for awhile, but then I’ll pick it up and remember just how great it is!

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    Terry Bourk

    I have read you new book “Behind the Landscape.” I could not “put it down” meaning that I kept at it because each photo you presented/analyzed was interesting and informative. I am trying to develop an eye for composition (both the scene and the light).

    Thank you! The examples you present and the suggestions are very helpful. Purple Mountains, McKinley River and Wonder Lake are fascinating.


    Roger Sinclair

    You have done it again! Another triumph.

    Your generosity to share, the clarity of thought and concise explanation thereof is brilliant. Perhaps I should also mention the beautiful photos and the talent necessary to produce them.

    Thank you, Dan.