I really don't like the soft focus effect
September 24, 2008 9:50 PM Subscribe
I'm going to be taking photos this weekend in an artificial ski field, (mixture of cold and warm environments), the people facilitating the event have said that last time they had someone shoot at a similar event their lenses fogged up when moving between the snow and the heated cafe. How can I prevent this?
posted by chrisbucks to technology (9 answers total)
I'm going to be shooting in what is essentially a huge refrigerator (SnowPlanet
), which also has a heated cafe/other facilities, also the outdoor temp will likely be between 15 and 20 degrees. The people I'm dealing with said they had someone else taking photos for them in the past and their lenses fogged up when they moved between the cold and warm areas.
I'm using a 400d + a variety of lenses. Has any one else worked in a similar environment, or have any ideas of how to prevent any condensation within or on the lens?
Bonus question: Is the low temperature likely to shorten battery life significantly?