Burma Monsoon Photography Tips ?
01- Should you check weather forecasts for Myanmar Monsoon Photography Tours ?Depending on what you’re chasing after, like fast-moving rain clouds or thunderstorms, schedule your shoot when and where it’s expected to take place. Radar apps are also of great help to many storm chasers, so you may want to download weather apps like MyRadar Weather Radar.
02- Prepare and bring the Right GearWhen shooting under harsh and extreme weather conditions, you’ll definitely need a few other things aside from the stuff that you regularly have in your camera bag.
A- Protective GearThe first, most obvious type of gear you’ll need is protective gear for your camera and for yourself. These include the following covers and sleeves that are designed to keep you and your gear safe from rain, dust, and grime:
- Waterproof Camera Bags
- Camera Covers
- Lens Covers/Sleeves
- Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
B- Shooting GearAs for your camera gear, it’s highly advisable that you bring the following to ensure that you can capture great shots despite the unfavorable shooting conditions.
- Professional Camera with manual camera settings
- Tripod and weight bag to ensures camera safety and stability even in moderately windy shooting condition.
- Multiple lens to enables you to shoot at varying focal ranges
- ND Filters to blocks out more light, especially when shooting lightning bolts with a slow shutter speed during daytime
- Shutter release to minimizes camera shake, provides convenience in taking slow shutter images and multiple frames (for time lapses, and HDRs), and enables shutter triggering from a distance
- Lighting sensors and trigger -= Automatically triggers the camera shutter whenever it senses a flash of lightning.
- Window mount of M your camera as close to a window as possible to allow you to take clear, sharp images from inside homes and cars
- Extra batteries and memory cards