Living in New England, I am blessed with ample opportunities to shoot my favorite landscapes in all four seasons. Winter is my second favorite mainly because of its juxtaposition with the other three where the scenes overflow with color; winter instead, has a stark, minimalist look that provides an entirely different opportunity in landscape photography. In winter, the point of interest in the image becomes much more important. Foreground and background elements that typically play a big roll in your composition often change radically or even disappear into a blank white canvas. The upside is that many views that are obscured in the other three seasons now present themselves. In this PDF, I don’t try to cover all the equipment, clothing, and preparation needed for long hikes to do winter photography; instead I present my view of the important points for those who want to do winter photography without suffering too much of the downside of winter weather. Download the free PDF in my store at http://davelongphoto.com/new-products/tips-for-new-england-winter-landscape-photography and check out all of my e-books and 2019 workshops.