Yesterday, last night and today we had approximately 20" of new snow over the 8" on the ground. I snapped a ton of photos, but it I have found out this winter, that snapping photos while it is snowing is not easy. It is still snowing, but the light is increasing. It will only be light enough for maybe 2 more hours, then the lighting is tough. What do you guys use for settings while the snow is still falling? I have a T1i, 18-55mm lens. I have it on manual, and I am shooting with bracketing. I am centered at +1. I am not too unhappy with the EV, but the falling flakes make it look almost blurry...not blurry on the lens though, as I am constantly cleaning the lens, during and after each shot. Thanks for any help. BTW: The snow is wet and sticking to limbs like glue, it is a very cool affect that I have not seen in decades around here.