A Tip on Photography in Snow
It is Wintertime, and there are lots of things to do around the house and office, but nothing beats a vacation! Therefore, our office is closed for Winter vacation starting Monday, January 20th to Tuesday, January 28th. As I am getting ready for my holiday, let me show you a quick tip for “Photography in Snow.”
Photography in Snow
Snow is so bright and reflective. Therefore, the reflection of light can quickly force the camera to underexpose the photos.
How to avoid underexposed photos while photographing in the snow?
There are many different ways to avoid underexposed images. In this article, I am going to cover two Effective methods:
Using Spot Metering
If your camera has Spot metering mode, then you are lucky. Thereof, switch to spot metering mode and meter for your subject. By using Spot metering, you force the camera to read the exposure just for the item.
On the other note, many cameras may not have the Spot metering mode. Whereas, almost all cameras have the Exposure Compensation mode.
Just set the Exposure Compensation to +1, and you are ready to rock!
By setting the Exposure Compensation, you force the camera to shoot all the photos one stop brighter. Therefore, effortlessly you override the underexposed issue. Here are a few examples for you.
Exposure Compensation to +1
Exposure Compensation to +1
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