A wonderland of snow and frost looks beautiful to the human eye, but capturing a winter scene on camera requires some background knowledge and skill. Bright white landscapes tend to confuse a camera’s automatic features, so you’ll need to take the settings into your own hands. This winter photography cheat sheet shows you what to do:
Avoid gray-looking snow, glare, blue tones, and compromised camera equipment (and frostbite!) by following the tips in the infographic. And bring extra life to your photos by using fog, moody skies, sunrises, and attention to creative detail. Have you captured any great wintry photos this season? Share them with us in the comments!
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