Okay, for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere who don't live in Florida or California, we're starting to get freezing temps, possible snow and ice in the not too distant future. So I thought I'd start a thread for everyone to contribute tips/advice for shooting in snow, ice, and just generally freaky cold weather. I'll start us off. First, here's a nice article put out by the Affinity Photo folks about shooting in winter: How to shoot incredible winter photography - Affinity Spotlight Second, microfibre cloths are your friend. When you go from a warm card to a very cold outdoors. Or a cold outside to a warm and humid botanical center or studio, you're going to have condensation or fog on your lens. So make it a point to always carry a couple of the buggers. The last 3 shoots I've had that involved either going from warm to cold, or cold to warm, I've had other photographers nearby cursing their condensation or fogging up and I pulled out a spare microfibre cloth for them to use and then said "keep it--I've got about 50 of them" (I do) and made a new friend.