Well November 2014 will go down in history for me.
I thought snow would be an easy target for a winter shoot especially here in November. That didn’t quite work out so I decided to take it indoors with a “sno” globe
A little early christmas cheer for all of you.
I will document the post processing for you, but I’m already 9 days late.
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Yup I got rained out on Saturday. Over a week of -20 celcius and then a weekend of rain. Never fear the forecast still calls for snow.
I will have my winter wonderland photo opportunity yet. Just you wait…
No pictures in today’s post. That is purposeful. The internet is abuzz with photos from the incredible buffalo snowfall in new york. They are definitely worth looking at. I have no intention of competing with the viral nature of extreme weather but ive lived on the northern plains long enough to appreciate the beauty of snow.
I am hoping this month for some night shots of falling snow. The warm glow the festive christmas lights and the large flakes make for magical and inviting photos. Maybe even a portrait or two.
My window is tight this month. Only two nights to shoot but so far the forecast for saturday night is for warm weather and snow. The combination that produces the largest flakes so I am optimistic.
I plan to shoot in downtown Regina which isn’t well known worldwide but has some fantastic lights. Mostly im just excited to go out and shoot pictures again. After today I am done my semester at school except for exams so I am very much looking forward to that.
In celebration my camera awaits.
Share links to your favorite snow pictures in the comments.
Have a great week!