3. Bring Spare Batteries and Cards
The cold weather tends to drain batteries – so you’ll want to bring along a spare in your pocket. You should also try to bring some extra memory cards – especially if you plan on shooting in RAW – something that’s always a good idea as it will give you the most freedom and flexibility when post-processing.
4. Consider a Filter
For snowy situations where there’s a significant amount of glare, using a polarizing filter can help to cut down on the reflections off of the snow. If you’re planning to do any long exposure photography during the day, you may also want to bring along an ND filter – especially on bright, clear days. This will allow you to keep the shutter open for longer without flooding the sensor with light.