The Perfect Light for Snow Photography

Today had it!

 

Conversation with Purgatory Brook

I love this light.  Clouds obscuring the sun, but not completely.  Just enough coming through to bring up texture and slight shadows.  I love this brook.  I go to shoot the falls, but so far no success.  The brook however, I manage to get.  Shot with the E-30, ZD 12-60mm and the tripod sunk in snow.  It was so quiet that almost all you could hear was ice pellets and tiny hemlock cones falling on the crusty snow and rolling downhill.  That and the brook, still alive and flowing under its icy shell.

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6 thoughts on “The Perfect Light for Snow Photography

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  1. makes me want to be a photographer!!! so far, all i can do is photoshop my jewelry to look better online… i’d love to go out and collect shots like this. you should frame your work and display it! do you ever sell it? excellent job… i’m going to recommend your blog to friends. Genevieve

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