How to capture falling snow in your photographs

 

Capturing those sharp, clear, Grama Moses white-dot snowflakes is more that luck. You need to understand how your camera sees falling objects—in this case, snowflakes.

Picture one of those beautiful, Currier and Ives big giant snowflakes snow falls. If you’re in the woods by yourself; it’s just about one of the most peaceful things you can experience.

There’s no wind; you can actually hear the soft luscious flakes landing on the ground. This is photo heaven. You’ve got your camera and you can’t believe it’s all come together like…

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