A VERY Cool Photo Entry

This cold image comes from Petra Hall in Sweden!

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My couple Maria and David decided to get married in the coldest month of the year here in northern Sweden, i.e. in February. Not only is it cold in February, but we also don’t have many hours of daylight. It was a bit of a struggle to separate the bride’s white clothes from the snow, so I used a fill flash.  The light was very nice and soft that day mostly due to snow clouds, and the fill flash helped to enhance the dress by making it warmer in comparison to the surrounding snow and ice. In this particular image we were lucky to have the clouds scatter for a few minutes and gave us a bit of blue sky. The sky reflects on the snow and makes it blue normally, but I did make the snow even bluer in post processing, to add to the cold feeling of the image you see here.

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I love photography, my family, and owning my own business. I am going to mix them up and see what I get!

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5 comments on “A VERY Cool Photo Entry
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  2. Andree Kehn says:

    Wow, Petra!

    That is tres cool! It two senses of the word, eh?

  3. […] Mitt bidrag kan du se och läsa här: A VERY Cool Photo Entry […]

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