What to Bring - Winter Workshop
DSLR camera and user manual
A variety of lenses (14mm-35mm focal lengths very useful)
A sturdy tripod
Multiple Memory Cards
Extra camera batteries and battery charger
Circular Polarizer and Neutral Density filters for your lenses
Remote cable release
Lens Cleaning cloths and Rocket Blaster (or other lens air blower)
Laptop with a trial or paid version of Adobe Lightroom
Waterproof Jacket and Insulated Pants (or Bibs)
Warm layers: such as a polartec jacket, insulated vest or 800-fill down sweater, long underwear top and pants (made of a non-cotton fabric), wool socks and sock liners
Insulated waterproof hiking boots and/or knee-high boots
Water-resistant Hat and Scarf or Neck Gaiter
Snow Goggles (optional)
Absolutely Essential: Ice Spikes, Cleats or Crampons (such as "Kahtoola MicroSpikes"). Yak-Trax not recommended.
Hiking Poles (optional)
Snowshoes (can be rented at Downwind Sports, Munising)
Hand Warmers (to thaw frozen tripod locks) and Adhesive-backed Toe Warmers (to keep lenses and batteries warm)
Ziploc bags (large enough to hold camera & lens)
Insulated Thermos (for warm beverages)
*Insurance for your camera gear -- highly recommended!
Questions? Feel free to message us or call us at 517-743-1442.