Winter Photography Tips from Dan Rubin

As part of a hash-tagged, get outdoors marketing campaign this winter, called #hibernot, Land Rover UK, asked four professional photographers for their expert tips. In this edit, Dan Rubin suggests using reflections and shooting from different vantage points. Last year, we profiled Dan as a Sony shooter and he’s shown with an A7RII in the video.  Dan’s tip is look for reflections and you can read the rest of the tips Land Rover’s site.

I liked shooting with the A7R so much, I kept the Mark I, and that’s what was used for the DPP cover last year too. Shot with them all the Alpha Series cameras now; including, most recently with the A7S II.

All the Sony Alpha Series cameras are available on Amazon

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Any one of those, including the under $1K best-selling a6000 and new a6300 will output stunning images. Order one, get outside, use a few of those photographer’s tips, and take some great photos. I was just in Methow Valley fat biking in the snow with the RX1R II. There wasn’t reflections to work with in snowy conditions, but certainly a monochromatic landscape with a splash of color.

My daily shooter is Sony A1 with a vertical grip and various Sony lenses attached like the FE 20mm F1.8. Find more gear recommendations in our shop. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.