It was time for an updated family portrait, but the designated day was wet. Not unexpected in Oregon during late December, but wet enough that it could have been an issue for my camera if a sudden rain front had blown through. Without rain gear, I had to punt. I grabbed a gallon sized ziplock and cut a slit slightly smaller than the diameter of the lens and then pushed the lens through just a quarter of an inch. The camera body and lens sat inside the plastic bag on the tripod, snug and dry.
Mainly because it didn’t rain.
But if it had rained while we were out, everything would have been fine.Pin It