Winter Is Coming

No, not the winter in the Game of Thrones TV series. The real, cold, snowy, frosty winter those of us in northern climes experience beginning around the end of November. Once the snow covers the ground, you need to adjust your picture-taking methods to ensure you get images of bright, white snow, not the dull, gray variety.

This is simple to accomplish using the Exposure Compensation control available in any of the "letter" exposure modes on your camera. Using a "plus" amount of exposure compensation (between +1 and +2) tells the camera to add more light to the scene than it normally would, ensuring your snow looks pristine.

Learn more ways you can improve your photos by moving away from Green Square Auto in my Getting to Know Your Digital SLR Camera class on Saturday, September 28, 2019, in Missoula, Montana. (It's for mirrorless cameras too!) Click here to register.

Crooked House

Shape and Texture

Bottles -- Garnet, Montana

The Necessary Room

Take Two for Better Indoor Photos

Don't Forget to Look Down

Shoot Indoors without Flash

The Twilight Sky

Why is that photo brown?

Fix Your Favorite Shots

More than Leaves

Adobe Photoshop Elements on Sale until Sept. 3, 2019