Coaxing Out the Color: Another Pandemic-Induced, Boredom-Busting Technique

Enhanced Version of Photo of Snow-Covered Waterfall in The Loch © F.M. Kearney
Enhanced Version of Photo of Snow-Covered Waterfall in The Loch © F.M. Kearney

Story and photos by F. M. Kearney

Photography in the winter can be tough. Exposures can be tricky; your equipment needs to be handled differently and if you’re not dressed appropriately, your main concern is usually getting inside as quickly as possible. Another common issue is finding color. Many winter photos almost look like they were shot in black and white. I’ve written articles in the past about finding color in the winter, but they were primarily geared towards finding it the natural way. This article is more about thinking “out of the box” and creating whimsical, fantasy-like images, purely for artistic purposes.

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