Last weekend, most of the Midwest (Kansas City included) was experiencing some wicked fog. As my husband and I were coming back from running errands, we passed by our neighborhood park and I thought it would be a great idea to take some pictures of the fog and snow.
I’ve always heard that taking pictures of snow was hard, because your camera will try to underexpose for the brightness, so you need to actually overexpose. When I tried different exposure settings, I didn’t really see a difference though. It was hard taking macro pictures of the snow though… in my pictures you can’t see that much snow detail, it’s more just like a big mass of white. =/ Any tips on taking snow pictures would be appreciated!
And here we go…
Scoping out the foggy premises…
and preparing our snowballs…
for the Ultimate Newlywed Snowball Fight!
After I won (it may not have looked like it, but trust me, I did), I felt bad so I decided to treat my husband to a nice lunch.
And then we bonded over making mini snowmen. =)
Disclaimer: The above story may have been fictional.
I’ve posted the pictures in thumbnail size this time b/c I’ve added a new Lightbox Plus plugin for WordPress which I think you should check out! If you click on a picture, you should see an overlay pop-up (with an enlarged image) and you can scroll through the images. I’ve also included metadata with the picture titles in the overlay!