Florida Nature Photography
Photographers should always be prepared to protect their equipment: a plastic garbage bag big enough to encase both the camera and the camera bag is good cheap insurance.
Many professional photographers keep a thick garbage sack stored in a camera bag compartment.
And if it does rain?
Well, those days can provide unusual and dramatic photos. They can be taken--while keeping the camera safe and dry--by placing the camera inside a clear plastic bag that's designed to roast turkeys and keep them moist.
Such a bag is clear enough for acceptable pictures when the lens is held so tightly against the side that there are no folds or creases. A thick rubber band will secure the bag tightly over the lens.
Shooting in Low Light Situations
Or, why we love digital cameras so much!
To Approach Animals
What Sizes Work Best?
Problem of Bright Sunlight
Seeing the world differently.
Equipment from Rain & Humidity
Good Sunset Silhouettes