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    Default Swiss Alps Shots

    f22, 1/100s, ISO 100 with 70-200 f4 L USM. Shot from Jungfraujoch.

    f22, 1/100s, ISO 100 with 17-40 f4 L USM. A visually different way of seeing people having fun and the dirt on the snow.

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    Default One more shot

    The snow's fast melting in the hot summer...but fortunately still have some to see

    Manual exposure. f22, 1/100s ISO 100. No polarizer used. WB - sunny.

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    Default Manual exposure

    I used manual exposure so that I cam override the camera's light meter readings which I know may be wrong if i want to take snow or overwhelmingly white with no mid tones and not overexposing thus losing details.

    In this case, using f22, at ISO 100, I will use a shutter speed equal to my ISO, in bright sunlight.

    My camera will show 1/60s or 1/80s, thus overexposing the white and losing grains of snow. If I meter at the snow under the strong sunlight it may give me high shutter which will also underexpose my image...


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