This challenge gets tricky for me as I don’t have a very nice fancy camera. I have Panasonic Lumix DC Vario, yet it has a host of settings I can use in different situations. So, I’ll give this a try and see what happens. These two photos were taken early last March during a big snowstorm we had here. There is a setting for ‘snowflakes’, so I was pleasantly surprised at the effect. There’s a settings for food, mountains, fireworks, stars and so on.
The photo below was taken focusing only on the snowflakes.
Snow and Bokeh together? Absolutely in love with the second pic
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You got it! It isn’t about posh cameras it’s about having the eye 🙂
Really like the first photo effect – well done.
Thanks! Nice to think about snow on a hot summer’s day too! 🙂
Yes, and although I prefer hot weather, snow is lovely to look at! Bon dimanche!
Bon dimanche a toi!
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you make me longing for December!
I understand! Right here, it’s in the mid 90’s and I have no AC in my car right now. I’m longing for December too lol.
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