Yet another snow storm hits the Binghamton region very badly with about 20 inch accumulation today and tomorrow it is going to be an additional 4 inches.
This gave me a chance to shoot few more snow photos. Here is this one shot is today at about 6 PM in the evening. I just used the
setting and let the camera decide rest for me. It was shot at ISO 200, 160mm, f/4.0, 1/30 sec. Used the sharpening tool in the Light room and also the flickr picnik software. Slightly played with the contrast to achieve this result.
This shot was taken from the entrance to Binghamton Nature Reserve looking down towards the university campus. This tree was standing in middle of the snow packed curb and caught my attention.
The is was taken using the Sigma 10-20mm lens at 20mm, ISO200, F/16 and 1/45 sec
Hill Top House or the house located on the top of house is on the Bunn Hill Road, Vestal, New York. In 2003 one of my friend showed this house during the winter and it was just beautiful with the snow surrounding it. We had snapped some pictures of this house then and yesturday (21st Feb) I was driving around the Binghamton Nature Preserve of Binghamton University to capture some Geese in action and end up shooting this house.
This is shot using 70-200mm lens at 111mm, ISO200, F/22, 1/45 sec
Another piece from the Feb 10th snow fall. This was taken with an ISO 200, at 100mm, f/5.6 and at 1/180 sec.
Adjusted the exposure, brightness, contrast and increased the clarity in LR
Today I took some time to post process this photo captured on the 10th – Snow fall day. This was captured at ISO 200, 70mm, f/5.6 and 1/180
using 70-200mm f/4.0 lens. Cropped the photo to get this shot. Played with the Post-Crop Vignetting such as roundness, midpoint, feather etc and increased the clarity to maximum.
My daughter was playing with her Dora Jeep and I thought I will quickly set up to take a snap of this. The setup was no different from my previous product photography
But this time it was slightly different with the settings. Used manual focus with ISO 200, 50mm, f/16 and 1/180 sec with manual flash operated at 1/8.
This photo is shot about 1 hr back. Here in Binghamton its a snow storm alert starting Tuesday night ending till Thrusday night. Very cold and this is my first try going out in the snow to get some photos. I took this shot using 70-200mm lens at 81mm, ISO 200, f/5.6 and 1/180 sec. I increase the Exposure compensation by +2 stops.