Nov 15, 2017
We hosted our annual WeatherLive Conference in London on Nov 4th, 2017. In this episode, we talk with Michael Pritchard, Chief Executive of the Royal Photographic Society and Terry Abraham, landscape photographer & film-maker, on how photographing the weather has developed over the past 150 years.
Michael Pritchard discusses how technical developments in photography since 1839 have allowed photographers to capture weather in their images. Terry Abraham spoke about the challenges he faces when shooting in all the different weather conditions that the UK can throw at him.
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