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Old November 22nd, 2008, 10:23 AM
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Shooting the Snow

In order to prevent the snow in shots from looking grey, it's a good idea to try overexposing by one
or two stops. As an example, if the camera's exposure meter reads F16, try F11 or F8. The snow will
look nice and white and your subject will not appear dark!

Another good way to correct greyish snow is to shoot in RAW mode and make adjustments when processing
the photos.

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