A brief reprieve from a wet backpacking trip offered sunbeams reaching from the clouds down into the valley above the author’s camp at Kool Aid Lake in the Glacier Peak Wilderness. (Photo by Doug Diekema)

A brief reprieve from a wet backpacking trip offered sunbeams reaching from the clouds down into the valley above the author’s camp at Kool Aid Lake in the Glacier Peak Wilderness. (Photo by Doug Diekema)

Here are 10 tips to help you take better photos in the rain

If you put away your camera when it’s wet out, you’re missing some great photography opportunities.

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