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Old 22-01-2013, 20:12   #1 (permalink)
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Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

Does anyone have Raynaud's Syndrome who likes to do outdoor winter photography, even at night? Raynaud's is where your extremities (any body part, really) turns blue in contact with the cold temperatures. I am wondering how you manage this.

One day, I wore 3 layers of thick socks under my boots while snow-sledding for a couple of hours. My toes were very blue as a result. I cannot wear wool, as I am very allergic to wool. It was a struggle to do night-time photography in the wintertime, as my hands and feet would freeze, despite my attempts to keep them warm with extra socks and gloves.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

As a side thought. Maplins do heated clothing.
not sure how this works but may be worth a look.
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

I have bad circulation, so that my feet go numb with cold as soon as I go walking about on the cold/snowy/icy ground outside. No amount of thick socks helps. I just have to go and thaw them out as soon as I can. I do try stamping my feet to get the blood flowing, but that doesn't seem to help much either. Sorry I'm no help to you, but I too would be interested to hear of any solutions to this problem.
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

You can buy hand warmers. Two types that I know of. They are like a little pouch that you crush up and it mixes two chemicals which then generate heat. These are one use and disposable. You can carry quite a lot as they are very compact.

The other type are similar, but they are multi-use. After one use you have to leave them alone/heat them in a saucepan of water/do something else - can't remember what!

You can get them in sports shops. They are used by golfers/outdoor types/climbers etc.
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The other type are similar, but they are multi-use. After one use you have to leave them alone/heat them in a saucepan of water/do something else - can't remember what!
Yup, put in boiling water to alter them back to liquid

Nowadays you can get pretty much anything battery heated - socks, gloves - I've even looked longingly at a Columbia Omni-Heat Circuit Breaker Softshell electric / heated jacket. Great until you see the price and although the one I saw was on sale (under £200/$350) I couldn't justify another jacket!
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

Electric Heated Premium Gloves (Medium/Large) : Outdoor Heated Clothing : Maplin Electronics
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Lots of other heated stuff on Amazon as well.
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

My secret for staying warm is to wear less clothes the rest of the year, so when winter comes and you put on your coat you can appreciate it.
By the way my hand stop warmer without gloves.

no guesses where i spend most of my life. Yes it is slippy up here.
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

I am unfamiliar with Raynaud's Syndrome so I 'googled' and came up with this site.

http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/r...non-000140.htm
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

I know its cheating, but I have got some quite good shots from a car window.........
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

I have a mild version of this caused by peripheral neuropathy (cant feel much in hands and feet any time) and I have sometimes thought I had forgotten to turn the camera on, only to find my finger is not on the release! In the winter this gets very painfull so most of my winter shots are from a car. I have used the chemical heaters and also one that is like a strip of charcoal in a tin, I have looked for the heated gloves but not found any yet that have a "trigger finger" so you can keep them on while shooting.
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I have looked for the heated gloves but not found any yet that have a "trigger finger" so you can keep them on while shooting.
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Couldn't you cut the index finger off? Whilst I don't have any particular problems, I will put on up to three gloves:
Skinny inner glove (have both normal and fingerless versions)
Fingerless/thumbless glove with mitten and thumb cover (my main glove which I always carry, whatever the conditions)
Waterproof over-mitten for when walking between shooting spots (and it could be raining/snowing with a significant windchill)

Takes a couple of secs to remove over-mittens and a sec to flip back the mitten cover on the gloves (and vice-versa to cover back up again!)
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You can buy hand warmers. Two types that I know of. They are like a little pouch that you crush up and it mixes two chemicals which then generate heat. These are one use and disposable. You can carry quite a lot as they are very compact.

The other type are similar, but they are multi-use. After one use you have to leave them alone/heat them in a saucepan of water/do something else - can't remember what!

You can get them in sports shops. They are used by golfers/outdoor types/climbers etc.
Thanks for that! I'll check into the local sports shop to see if they have them.
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My secret for staying warm is to wear less clothes the rest of the year, so when winter comes and you put on your coat you can appreciate it.
By the way my hand stop warmer without gloves.

no guesses where i spend most of my life. Yes it is slippy up here.
LOL! I do wear less clothes during warmer months.....
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Thanks for all the suggestions, everyone!
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Re: Winter Photography with Raynaud's Syndrome

I would suggest as already done hand and feet warmers. You should get these no probel in ski/sport shops. as a fellow sufferer I use these when in the hills walking or skiing.

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My daughter suffers with this problem and has done from a very young age, one of the products she uses to help with this very painful condition is, Silver Socks and Gloves, The silver fibre socks and gloves reflect 95% of the body's energy back to the skin continually adjusting to a core of 37C temperature and will keep the feet warmer in the winter but cool and fresh in the summer.
She buys them direct from the Raynauds Association

http://www.raynauds.org.uk/shop?page...&category_id=7

I hope this is helpful.
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My daughter suffers with this problem and has done from a very young age, one of the products she uses to help with this very painful condition is, Silver Socks and Gloves, The silver fibre socks and gloves reflect 95% of the body's energy back to the skin continually adjusting to a core of 37C temperature and will keep the feet warmer in the winter but cool and fresh in the summer.
She buys them direct from the Raynauds Association

http://www.raynauds.org.uk/shop?page...&category_id=7

I hope this is helpful.
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Does anyone have Raynaud's Syndrome who likes to do outdoor winter photography, even at night? Raynaud's is where your extremities (any body part, really) turns blue in contact with the cold temperatures. I am wondering how you manage this.

One day, I wore 3 layers of thick socks under my boots while snow-sledding for a couple of hours. My toes were very blue as a result. I cannot wear wool, as I am very allergic to wool. It was a struggle to do night-time photography in the wintertime, as my hands and feet would freeze, despite my attempts to keep them warm with extra socks and gloves.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
Just a thought, what about pure Merino wool socks,also possum wool socks. They are fantastic wamers, they are very fine wool and VERY warm. They are a little dearer than normal but boy your feet keep warm.!!!!!! Theres a shop in Otaki NZ were i got mine. anyhow google is your friend . Buy the kiwi brand non of this aussie rubbish!!!!!!!! you could wear them over synthetic soxx

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Just a thought, what about pure Merino wool socks,also possum wool socks. They are fantastic wamers, they are very fine wool and VERY warm. They are a little dearer than normal but boy your feet keep warm.!!!!!! Theres a shop in Otaki NZ were i got mine. anyhow google is your friend . Buy the kiwi brand non of this aussie rubbish!!!!!!!! you could wear them over synthetic soxx
Unfortunately, I'm very allergic to wool!
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Unfortunately, I'm very allergic to wool!
Possum wool may be alright!

Possums always remind me of Oz and NZ as, when we were in Oz we had Possums running up and down the roof of my brother's house (and tin rooves are rather noisy!). Then we went trekking in NZ and about the only people you see are the Possum hunters! Possums protected native species in Oz but a major pest in NZ (with no native mammals, the birds aren't used to predators - the Possum is an introduced species)
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Possum???? Don't think we have possum wool in the States, but I'll check it out. Hehe, I've them before. This is the first time I've ever heard of possums being hunted for wool.
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Yea the possum has a lot to answer for down here. But being ever resourceful it has some major uses and made several people stinking rich. not only the fur is used after the fur goes they use the skin ( leather ) as high quality golfing and driving gloves very expensive . they also make lovely warm bed covers from the skins, also top end clothing .
The carcases are high proien low fat meat ideal for working dogs, One guy processes it into cans and exports his total production.
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Hi Firebrand, I have just had my quarterly mag from my disability supplier and they had enclosed a brochure from a company called presentsformen.co.uk There is a lot of tat in it but........ there is a rechargeable electric hand warmer with charger included for £30. It lasts 6 hours per charge, takes 15 seconds to get to temperature and has two settings. It is called "hot rox" handwarmer. I wondered if they were available in the States and would solve your needs. All the best, Charles.
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