What can we do when it keeps raining and we still want to go out taking photographs???
Let's face it February has been a little damp so far, but don't let that stop you from enjoying your love of photography.
Well you can put your camera into an underwater housing and turn a normal walk through the woods into a different kind of view of the woods. You could also use a Go pro for this or get a splashproof pack for your phone camera - on Ebay they cost just a few pounds.
I got quite wet - but the camera stayed beautifully snug in it's Ikelite Housing. I have the Canon 5D MarkII with the Ikelite housing and get some great shots with it.
Don't let the weather stop you getting out there taking photos, rain and water can get you some great effects.
So go out and have a play, whether you have a GoPro that you can put underwater or a housing for your camera or even if you're just getting shots of the floods, remember to have a play with capturing the motion of the water, be it freeze frame or fluid, and feel free to share some of your shots, it's great to see what you all get up to.
Raindrops on spider webs, reflections in puddles, crashing waves and rock pools - rain on your swimming pool ? Depending on where you live, use whatever water source you have around you to capture some truly fabulous watery moments.
For more ideas I still have some copies of my pocket photography left, they are just £10 and full of ideas to keep you busy every month of the year, contact me for details or to purchase one.