04 Mar Pic(k) of the week 10: WINTER WONDERLAND – OBERTAUERN, AUSTRIA
Source: Bjorn Moerman
Photographing winter scenes in the mountains, has a lot of parallels with shooting desert landscapes here in Dubai. Be it sand or snow, one will be looking for the same interesting shapes and patterns.
A key difference is that one needs to “overexpose” about 2/3 of a stop to properly expose the snow as white. If not, the camera will try and bring it back to a light grey tone.
The image below shot on the new Fujifilm X-100V is a good illustration of this. I was particularly attracted by the dark and dramatic background and love how the dark blue tint gives a ‘cold feel’ over the image; the result of using the new “Classic Negative” film simulation.
Image details:Fujifilm X-100VISO 160, f8, 1/1250sSOOC (Straight Out Of Camera), no editing doneMore images shot during this weeklong skitrip can be found here.
Remember: “There is no such thing, as too much snow” – anon
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