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I tried to get some shots of snowflakes a few weeks in the past - after 10 minutes outdoor (about 15° below zero) I went to my home and lay my frosted hands on the radiator to get the senses back...
I know, it's not the best background - but it's the best result I get for now. I think using a polarization filter on the lens could produce better results, but I'm not sure. Hope to get some suggestions here.
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Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D40
Shutter Speed: 1/100 sec
F Number: f/14.0
Focal Length: 60 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Honestly this is a pretty amazing result in and of itself! That is one hell of a macro lens to get this shot! A circular polarize may help with reflection... I am not sure what it would do for a snowflake, but you may as well try- its worth it for water shots alone-and in a few months time youll find plenty of use for it anyway.
I agree with JD, above, on polarization. I tried it on a damp spider's web. Wow!
Outstanding and amazingly beautiful photography my friend, excellent capture like it very much.
Wornderful!!! Super macro, the details of this snow crystan ae amazing beautiful!!! :) ***V***
Wow, it's nice to see this natural beauty on my screen. Thank you for your capture and for sharing it with us!
So fragile! Wonderfully captured!
wow! now that's really some magnificent macro. well taken..
This is absolutely incredible!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!
This shot is amazingly detailed and very beautiful. Well captured.
I agree with JD on the polarized filter. I love using one in natural light.
Wow! A sight I never get too see!
I think your results are awesome and beautiful work. the only thing I would have done was to remove the small brown stain
to be able to capture a snowflake in all it's glorious design in such detail is a pleasure to see!! great shot!
Nature is so beautiful and your photo is like the nature.
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