Winter photography can be a beautiful experience but you want to freeze the memory, not yourself. Since the cold weather can be hard on both the photographer and the equipment, so it's important to be prepared.
Remember to plan your shots ahead of time so that you can get the most out of the day (as quickly as possible). Remember, also, to take along warm drinks and food to keep you energized and feeling cozy.
Layer up on warm clothes
When thinking about clothes, however, remember to layer, layer, layer. Heat Holders® warm wear will help you stay out long enough to get the perfect shot!
Thermal base layer
Heat Holders® ORIGINAL Base Layers are an extremely warm thermal base layer, ideal for keeping cozy during a winter photoshoot. They are made with supersoft HeatWeaver® yarn that provides excellent insulation, trapping warm air next to your skin and keeping the body warmer longer in cold weather. Base layers are also made with moisture and odor management to keep you dry and comfortable. You can add a men's or women's mid-layer for the ultimate in all day warmth.
Versatile but warm gloves
Use Heat Holders® men's or women's converter gloves for the perfect focus while still keeping your fingers nice and warm. These gloves can be worn as fingerless gloves or as mittens allowing you to adjust your gloves to the level of warmth you need, depending on the weather and the type of photography you're doing.
Heat Holders® warm hats are also a great option for staying warm during a winter photoshoot. They have that supersoft fleece lining for extra warmth and comfort and come in a variety of styles. Add a neck warmer for extra snugness on windy days!
As always, thick, warm socks
Heat Holders® ORIGINAL socks are a must-have for any winter photoshoot. Thick, soft, and seven times warmer than a normal sock, Heat Holders® ORIGINAL socks come in a variety of styles and colors and are great for keeping those toes warm in boots with extra cushioning for all-day-long comfort!
Preparing for a winter photoshoot can be challenging, but by using Heat Holders® base layers, gloves, hats, and socks, you can stay warm and comfortable while you capture beautiful winter shots.