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It's a contemporary question, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed that historical knowledge (as it so often does) will provide the key...

I am looking for any advice on tips and tricks for overcoming the problems of photographing in May in North West Greenland using digital, polaroid and pinhole?

Has anyone advice from their knowledge of historical photographic expeditions into the sub zero areas of the globe that would be useful?

Any and all help appreciated!

Mort Marsh

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Comment by Mort Marsh on March 14, 2012 at 19:25

Thank you Michael, I'll follow this up. Best Mort

Comment by Michael Wong on March 14, 2012 at 15:46

Hi Mort,

No expert here. But I recall St Andrew's University organising a conference entitled Polar Visual Culture last year, which was mentioned by the organiser in a BPH blog here. The conference programme can be found here.

Perhaps you can contact him and he can point you in the right direction? Hope this helps .... Sorry, if not!

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