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Photo of the Week 174

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It's time once again photography fans.  It's Friday and it's time to check out Cramer Imaging's featured "Photo of the Week."  We've been saving something special for you today.  We've got a winter wonderland of a landscape photograph for your enjoyment today.

I had a case of cabin fever and withdrawals from photography.  There was also a snow storm going on.  It was miserable to go outside but go outside I did because that's what it takes to get an amazing photograph sometimes.

I wanted a field full of snow.  It wasn't something which I could easily find.  However, my spouse knew exactly where to go to get just the field full of snow you see below.

We arrived and I started looking for just the right tree to set up in front of.  It seemed a shame to not use the newly planted young trees there so I picked out the perfect dormant tree to set up in front of and pulled out the tripod.

This cold but cheery looking photo wasn't half as cheery as it looks.  It was cold, blowing snow, and windy.  I had some trouble keeping my core warm during this shot.  You could forget about me keeping my hands warm during this excursion.

The wind made it difficult for me to keep my tripod standing.  As soon as I felt I had the shot, I got myself out of there and got warmed up.

When processing this shot, I felt that I wanted the cheery winter feel you see below.  The white vignetting was a natural part of processing the photo.  I didn't add it in.

Cramer Imaging's professional nature landscape photograph of a blue toned solitary tree standing against the snow in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho

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Photo of the Week 174


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