Winter creates magical environments yet we are often faced with challenging light situations during this wonderful season. From overcast skies to harsh direct light reflecting off the snow, finding contrast and capturing images in black and white are a great way to work with these difficult light situations.
Try it for yourself and show us your best images of Winter black and whites.
The expert judge winner will receive the Markhof Pro2.0 + Merino Liner and the crowd vote winner will receive The Ipsoot.
The expert judges winner will win the Markhof Pro 2.0 + Merino Liner.
The Markhof Pro 2.0 is guaranteed to once again be a crowd favorite for winter photography gloves. This glove boasts a pre-curved glove design and 100% merino wool liner as well as Thinsulate insulation and weatherproofed fabrics. The Markhof Pro also has our signature flip-tech finger caps with magnets allowing for full camera access and dexterity. The non-slip grip is a super grippy palm print that provides the perfect camera grab. This glove is rated for mid-winter.
This prize also features the merino wool liner. This glove is made from merino wool and PrimaLoft for extra durability. This thin layer will keep you warm and is perfect for light winter or early spring days. Use it on its own or pair it with any of our other gloves to add an extra layer of insulation. Our liner gloves are also touch screen ready allowing you to use and operate your touchscreen with ease.
The crowd vote winner will receive The Ipsoot.
The IPSOOT photography glove is a UNISEX deep winter glove providing extra protection against the elements when those temperatures drop. Including all the photography specs from a Flip tech index finger and thumb to a stash pocket for your SD card or hand warmer, with a 100% merino wool lining and thinsulate insulation, this glove has you covered from backcountry powder to dark nights shooting the Northern lights. The “Ipsoot” enables you to extend your session and capture those invaluable shots during the darkest days of winter.
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