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"This course helped understand new ways of improving my winter photography. I enjoyed the full manual shoot video. Things I never thought to consider when shooting manually."
Julian Stocker, Norway
"I enjoyed going through the course. There was a lot of useful information from clothes layering to way more. The photography info was really well done and the composition ideas very useful.
I liked that it was short and yet complete. I will refer back often."
Elaine Flournoy, USA
August 03, 2015
The main point I want you to take away is “Just do it first of all and don’t worry if it works out”.
For up and coming photographers and those who have just started, start with an Idea in your head and don’t question whether or not it will work out, just try and get it with the camera. The more you fail the closer you get to getting the perfect result so just go out and shoot as much as possible.
– lukas Riedl
Thank you Lukas for another great photography tip on Tuesday shooter tips.
Lukas is a talented photographer coming from Germany. By winter he is making his mark in the Austrian alps, by summer, he’s flashing bangers from the lake side at turn cable wake park.
Find out more about Lukas and what photography gloves he likes on his shooter page. Speaking of which, get in first for our photography gloves coming this winter.
– team Vallerret
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November 11, 2022
The neck holds thick blood vessels close to the skin which carry 20% of the body's warm blood to the head, so if you don't have a neck gaiter, you're putting yourself at risk to get colder sooner. Just like other base layers close to the skin, we recommend a merino wool neck warmer.