How-To: Edit Snow and Winter Photography. 

Getting Maximum Detail and Proper Exposure & White Balance

How-To: Edit Snow and Winter Photography. Getting Maximum Detail and Proper Exposure.

This video is part 2 of 2. The first video "How To Photograph Snow" is here:
In this video, I show you how I edit to bring out the maximum detail and accurate white balance. Snow photography is a unique beast compared to all other types of photography so it requires careful shots and a specific type of edit.

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