Winter photo Tips
Here’s a link for some great photo tips I find useful by Mark Denney
The most important piece of information to know is that snow creates a great deal of confusion for your camera’s metering system. If you rely solely on your camera to determine “correct exposure” then there’s a good chance you’ll be left with gray and rather dull looking snow. The best way to combat against this is to overexpose your image by around 1 to 1.5 stops. If you’re not confident in the exposure settings you have dialed in, bracket your shots by a stop or two over and under your initial exposure to ensure you capture the entire tonal range of your scene.