Snowed Today, two shots.

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  1. AverageJoe

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    Both shot at F 2.2
     
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    I like the little flakes that can be seen falling, really adds to the picture :)
     
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    i really like them both
     
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    Don't tell anyone, but I copied two flakes in the hedge photo to add to the effect...

    Thanks for the replies!
     
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    I don't like the fact that much of the snow looks blown in both photos.
    The white corner of the hedge photo (left) is there for no good reason at all, and everyone who's ever tried to photograph falling snow with the necessary cloud cover that you HAVE when it snows knows that they never show as dots. Exposure will always be so you get little streaks.
     
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    Like the bottom one, it would make a nice Christmas card.
     

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