- March 24, 2020 at 5:16 pm #436329BradParticipant
I think that a layer of snow on tree branches or bushes is quite beautiful, but my pictures tend to be flat or, if I increase the contrast, stark rather than beautiful. I like how the picture below turned out, but it’s very different (just a single cluster). Do you have any advice generally or on the picture below?
- March 24, 2020 at 10:57 pm #436344MistyisleParticipant
Well Brad, for the last 50+ years I have not seen much snow, because of where I now live. So others may well give better advice than me. However, whilst, normally in my photos I am reducing the highlights, I venture that, in this particular instance, you should try increasing the highlights.
- March 25, 2020 at 5:05 am #436353Sanjeev NandaParticipant
Very edgy. Your understanding of contrast is amazing. I however, am inclined to agree with @mistyile – Highlight could be improved, so could the focus on silhouette recognition. I am critical, only because I really liked this photograph.
- March 25, 2020 at 8:29 am #436365Kent DuFaultParticipant
I really like this as well. It almost has the appearance of being a piece of jewelry. I don’t think I would change a thing. Print it and hang it up.
- March 25, 2020 at 9:04 am #436370JasenkaGKeymaster
Beautifully edited! However, when I click to see it in full size, it looks somewhat pixelated to me, I’m not sure why.
- March 28, 2020 at 6:14 am #436579Anna Soffia OskarsdottirParticipant
I understand you as asking for snow photos in general.
They tend to be underexposed, as the camera tend to choose the white snow as neutral grey. It can vary with light how much you will add to the aperture. I often start with one full stop up and adjust if some areas are blown out in the highlights.
Then it is the play in the lightroom. Tweeking the highlights down, and even the white up a bitt – but very carefully. Dehaze and texture can also help, but with very light hand.
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