Snow Fall

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  1. Trailofdad

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    Well you can start by not using your flash the camera focused on the distant area of the picture and used a wide open aperture so the pic had a very narrow depth of field so using natural light with a narrow aperture would help. But I have to say having had almost no snow here in PA and no acumulating snow at all this year I really appreciated the photo I love to see a heavier snow like that at night with street lights.
     
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    Thanks, that isnt my photo though haha.
     
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    Snowfall is very difficult to photograph. I've tried 'muffling' the flash a bit with my hand with some success at night but more often than not you will get large blobs of light where the flakes are.
     

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