Processing Snow Photos
Well, here are my photos from this amazing storm we had on April 20-21 that closed down the Interstate across the length of North Dakota. It is difficult to process snow photos. I took these in Raw and edited them in Lightroom. I read somewhere that it was best to meter snow photos at 1 stop higher than you would any other subject to make the snow as white as possible and that is what I did. But I still had to make some small adjustments. For the most part I had to brighten the exposure, fix the white balance, and adjust contrast and clarity on all the photos.
Other links to check out on photographing and processing snow:
The last 3 links above are all by Debbie Hodge and give you a complete understanding of exposure which is what photographing snow is all about!
Let me know what you think of the way I processed them! Feel free to share your snow photos! I would love to see them!
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