PHOTOGRAPHY ON TOUR
Taking photos on the tours is often difficult due to the low temperature and its variations. But with a few tips this can work too.
Compact cameras are very handy. They can be kept warm in a pocket close to the body and only be taken out when snapping a picture. Even in extreme cold this is often enough for a photo. Of course, you can always bring your SLR-camera.
The low temperatures can quickly defeat an electronic camera. At – 25 ° C most displays of modern cameras give up. Also, the temperature variation between in and outdoors can make it difficult to take beautiful pictures. Outside, the camera should be packed well and stored on the sled, and only be taken out to take photos. Should you want to take photos inside the cabins the camera first needs to
acclimatize. They are best packed in sealed plastic bag, after some time its adjusted to the temperature
Generally, only lithium batteries work in cold weather! Purchasing these more expensive batteries is well worth it. You should also bring some spares with you!