A Guide to Snow Flake PhotographyIntroductionA Guide to Snow Flake Photography by crimsonpenguin
This guide was inspired by getting a DD on one of my snow flake photos. It partially got a DD because it included details about how it was taken, though not all that much. A lot of people seemed interested, so I thought I could write some more. This is as much of a guide as I could make, given that I've only taken snow flake pictures in one way; the rest is just various little things I've learned by doing it, and a bit of speculation here and there. I've tried to be very detailed, because although I'm sure lots of you will find a lot of the details obvious, I think some people may not - different people know different things.
Questions, comments, criticisms, etc. are very welcome!
Camera + Lens
To fill the frame significantly with a snow flake, you'll need macro capability significantly better than 1:1 (feel free to skip this part if you already have that). Theoretically this would be possible with a compact came
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