Photos that capture the mystique of winter

"Photos taken during the cold season come alive more so than any other time.”

Photo Credit: Sarah Orsag

Photos that capture the mystique of winter

December 7, 2018


We asked three local photographers to share images that represent the beauty and quiet magic of winter’s eye.

JILLIAN PANCINI
“I love shooting in winter. I enjoy the quiet and stillness that comes with a thick blanket of snow as well as the beauty of snow itself. Walking around with my camera, after a big snow, with no one else around is one of my favorite winter pastimes.” 

jillianpancini.com
@jillianpanciniphoto 

Photo Credit: Jillian Pancini
Photo Credit: Jillian Pancini

JILLIAN PANCINI
“I love shooting in winter. I enjoy the quiet and stillness that comes with a thick blanket of snow as well as the beauty of snow itself. Walking around with my camera, after a big snow, with no one else around is one of my favorite winter pastimes.” 

jillianpancini.com
@jillianpanciniphoto 

Photo Credit: Jillian Pancini
Photo Credit: Jillian Pancini

RAINSTORM PHOTO
“For most people, shooting in the winter is a dreaded occasion. For us, we’ve chosen to see the beauty in it. When the clouds disappear, the sun, moon, and stars seem to appear with greater clarity and the crispness of the air seems to bear witness to them. The environment changes so dramatically that photos taken during the cold season come alive more so than any other time.”

rainstormphoto.com
@rainstormphoto 

Photo Credit: Rainstorm Photo
Photo Credit: Rainstorm Photo

RAINSTORM PHOTO
“For most people, shooting in the winter is a dreaded occasion. For us, we’ve chosen to see the beauty in it. When the clouds disappear, the sun, moon, and stars seem to appear with greater clarity and the crispness of the air seems to bear witness to them. The environment changes so dramatically that photos taken during the cold season come alive more so than any other time.”

rainstormphoto.com
@rainstormphoto 

Photo Credit: Rainstorm Photo
Photo Credit: Rainstorm Photo

SARAH ORSAG
“I can’t think of anything that completely upgrades a landscape more than a good snow. The dormant brownness gets dressed up for a while and that creates the irresistible urge to go out and photograph the sparkly, clean new world, even for someone who hates the cold as much as I do.” 

@essiejane_ 

SARAH ORSAG
“I can’t think of anything that completely upgrades a landscape more than a good snow. The dormant brownness gets dressed up for a while and that creates the irresistible urge to go out and photograph the sparkly, clean new world, even for someone who hates the cold as much as I do.” 

@essiejane_ 

Photo Credit: Sarah Orsag
Photo Credit: Sarah Orsag