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Photo Tips: Charming Motifs In The Cold Season Perfectly Capture

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 12-05-2019

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CEWE’s photo tips for fascinating pictures in the snow of Oldenburg, October 2011. Whether on a skiing holiday in the mountains or at the snowmen at home: when shooting in the snow there to observe a few rules. The white landscape, the light reflection of the rays of the Sun and the cool temperatures require a special flair. With the tips of CEWE, photographer Robert Geipel succeed also in the cold season good photos. Snow photography, special challenges arise through different weather situations: snow and sunshine alternating with white winter landscapes lead exposure control of many camera up the garden path.

Photo specialist Robert Geipel by CEWE has uncovered some problems when shooting in the snow and presents appropriate tweaks to succeed still nice shots. Tip 1: fill-in Flash use snow affects photos usually greyish and people appear in the white landscape, often too dark. The reason is that bright snow surfaces irritate the exposure meter: the automatic exposure control will be faked, that too much light exists and no Flash is required. Manually switched to fill-in Flash, which better illuminates the preferred motive in this way can help. Tip 2: manual exposure compensation using the camera can also be outsmarted at Gray-looking snow-covered landscapes.

It is possible to adjust the shutter speed yourself and to change accordingly, and overexpose anything so the photo with manual exposure compensation. Tip minimize stray light 3: sunshine and snow is it often to flare. This makes the image the result is flat and reduces the contrast. To minimize this effect, it is advisable to use light aperture, usually supplied in single lens reflex cameras. Tip 4: use UV light by snow in the mountains will appear on photos often bluish. The automatic white balance can react only by UV radiation and the height. A manual adjustment of white balance can have a balancing effect.

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