[Categories: Photography, Travel Photography, Photography 101 Forever, Winter Activities]
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SNOW still FLIES ON US.
Winter marches on in March with deep, sloppy, warm, wet, heavy snowfalls in the mountains and in Denver. My previous post left us in the midst of sharing winter snow photography and trying Stabilicer boot tracks. I last left you with a teaser for this post:
WINTER PHOTOGRAPHY ON THE FRISCO TO COPPER TRAIL: (Some good comparison photos of what settings work better in snow shots.)
DSC_1385. Low ISO (100), moderately low shutter (1/200), small aperture (f/13) for greater DOF (depth of field)
DSC_1387. Off the charts UGH! High ISO (mimics ‘film sensitivity’ of yore) (640), high shutter (1/4000sec), large aperture (lens opening) (f/1.8) for shallow DOF , negative (-0.3EV) exposure value to attempt to reduce brightness (that didn’t work!). Just a mess.
DSC_1388. Best of Show IMO. Low ISO (200), large aperture (f/3.5) (more light, less DOF), high Shutter (1/4000) [ignore gallery data of 1/501, it’s wrong], still with -0.3EV.
To be continued…
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