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    Default Snow Conditions

    Will be going to Melbourne for a ski trip. Are there any special filters that I should use to take photos in snowy conditions or will just a normal UV filter do?

    Thanks in advance for your advices!

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    Default Re: Snow Conditions

    You should master exposure compensation and white balance first, to know how to adjust exposure and white balance for snow.

    As for filters, I would suggest a CPL instead of UV.
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    Default Re: Snow Conditions

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    You should master exposure compensation and white balance first, to know how to adjust exposure and white balance for snow.

    As for filters, I would suggest a CPL instead of UV.
    Info that Rashkae has provided is pretty much what you need to know. Use a cpl.

    Have a good ski trip!

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    Default Re: Snow Conditions

    For snowscapes, take note that you might also need to dial in an exposure compensation around +1 for proper exposure.

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