Might have to use something higher than ISO 400 to get a shutter speed fast enough to eliminate blurring issues. Otherwise, I usually burst mode about 10 shots of the same flake and pick out the sharpest one And if I'm really desperate... I'll try using my flash
is beautiful!! this is something that I've never done!! first 'cause it doesn't snow here.. sometimes just a little bit, and the next day the snow is gone.. and second.. well i have a macro lens. but did u use extense tubes for this?? but hey keep it coming! is excellent
I just used my Canon 100mm Macro lens on my T3i Rebel. Then cropped the photograph to get closer to the subject, add in a little noise reduction on the background and a small bit of sharpening on the snowflake and this was the result.
We got roughly a foot of snow on the ground, but I cannot wait until January when I traveling 7 hours north of where I am currently living in Canada. Where I currently live can sometimes get down to -50 Celsius, where I am going could get up to -65 Celsius apparently.