Nature's Textures Day 1 - Frost

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Welcome to the Outdoor Photography Guide Nature’s Textures Photo Challenge! Over the next six days, we’ll be sending you video prompts to inspire your outdoor photography. Choose any of the prompts, grab your camera, and get creative! Then, share your photos in our Facebook Group by 11:59:59 PM CT on 02/17/22 for a chance to win one of three fantastic prizes! We can’t wait to see what you capture!

Frost is perhaps one of the most unique textures found in nature, creating unique patterns as moisture crystalizes in the cold air. Focusing in on a frosty window, Paul Thompson provides some of his best tips for photographing the beauty of frost through your camera lens. Using a fast shutter speed is key for capturing crisp, fine details like this.

Don’t forget to BOOKMARK THIS PAGE to join us for the wrap-up of Nature’s Textures! Paul Thomson, Matt Bishop, and Tom Peters will go LIVE on Friday, February 18th at 2:00pm CT to critique some of the submissions and chat about the Photography Challenge experience!

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