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Subject Forecasts

Aerial/Drone/Quadcopter
Aerial/Drone/QuadcopterAerial/Drone/Quadcopter photography is best with no wind nor precipitation.
Architecture
ArchitectureArchitecture typically requires a highly dynamic sky, good light, and little wind to achieve best results.
Astrophotography
AstrophotographyShooting the stars—otherwise known as astrophotography—requires three things: luck, patience, and coffee. This forecast will eliminate the luck, and let you know how much coffee to brew.
Fireworks
FireworksLearn when the weather is best for photographing fireworks.
Fog
FogSometimes you are unexpectedly rewarded for waking up early with the presence of fog. With this forecast, it's no longer unexpected.
Infrared
InfraredLearn when the conditions are best for infrared photography.
Landscape
LandscapeLandscape photography often includes an extreme range of different subjects each with their own different needs. This forecast focuses on capturing natural subjects.
Lunar
LunarThe moon is an interesting subject that can be photographed both during the day and at night (even better during a sunrise or sunset). This forecast will let you know when you can find it and if the conditions are ideal.
Macro
MacroMacro photography absolutely requires great light and no wind. Let us tell you when mother nature cooperates.
Portraits
PortraitsPortrait photography outdoors is not just about the light, learn what else to watch out for to find those ideal conditions.
Sky
SkyThe sky is the biggest backdrop to almost all outdoor photography. This forecast allow you to determine when you have the best chance of adding that zing to your outdoor photographs.
Snow
SnowSnow is most photogenic when its a wet snow.
Sunrise & Sunset
Sunrise & SunsetNo good journey is complete without a stunning sunrise or sunset photo. Take luck out of the equation and use the sunrise and sunset forecasting tool to better plan most memorable photographs.
Waterfalls
WaterfallsPhotographing waterfalls often requires long exposures. This photography forecast focuses on when lighting and wind conditions are best for leaving the shutter open.