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I would like to photograph people and animals in snow

I would like to photograph people and animals in the snow boyj on dim and cloudy days as well as breight blue bird days. Olease tell me what mode and settings I would have best luck with. usin a Canon EOS 5D

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Using the camera in program mode with auto bracketing turned on should give you reasonable results. Winter light is “cooler” in nature and the bright reflections from snow and ice tend to make the final image too “bright."

Bracketing exposures help when photographing outdoors in the snow.

You can use flash as well. Remember to keep a spare battery for the camera, and keep it warm if you plan on being in the cold very long.

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