|John Gregor shoots Christian Dalbec as he sets up his equipment on a cold day|
In Minnesota, we know our way around the cold. But when the mercury
drops below zero, many of us run for cover. That's not true for winter
photographers, who risk dicey conditions in pursuit of a great shot.
Christian Dalbec. The photographer from Two Harbors, Minnesota, has
been flirting with frigid photography for about three years now. He
loves the work so much that he's turned photography into a full-time
job. Work is even better for him in the winter. The cold brings quiet,
fewer people, and a dramatic change on Lake Superior.
temperatures across the state took a dive during the first week of January,
Dalbec went out on the lake with his camera in -15 F, with wind speeds
around 20 mph.More »