Experimental – Snow Scenes

In this Experiment, I will coat the landscape with a heavy frost (duration: 2 days). Then, I will add a thick layer of snow (duration: 1 day). Next, I will illuminate the scene with approximately 32,000 (or maybe more) lumens per square meter of sunshine, and quickly photograph the results in sub-sub freezing temperatures.

I will run the photos through a ‘filter machine’ called Topaz Studio. The experimental results are as follows:

ice snow
Rose Hips coated with ice and snow – no filter
Rose Hips with a spikey (spiky) filter
Rose Hips with a painting filter
Rose hips with a flow filter

A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water.
– Carl Reiner –

Tall Grass covered in ice and snow – no filter
Tall Grass with a spikey (spiky) filter
Tall Grass with a line filter

Experiment Conclusion:

  • Filters are a great way to alter a photo and spend time indoors – out of the cold.
  • Winter has arrived a bit early here in Alberta. It is warm and dry in Arizona. While I am glad I had the opportunity to experience this ice/snow storm, I’ll be glad to finally head south for a few months in the New Year…

There’s one good thing about snow, it makes your lawn look as nice as your neighbor’s.
– Clyde Moore –

This week’s WordPress.com Photo Challenge is Experimental.

10 thoughts on “Experimental – Snow Scenes

  1. I’ve never used any of these filters but you sure came up with some interesting results. It’s good to experiment!

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