We had an amazingly picturesque snowfall yesterday here in Northern New Jersey. While I did get wrapped up video editing in the morning, I made sure to leave myself a window of time to get outside to see what I could see through my viewfinder. I had it in mind to shoot some creative art photos, not necessarily using straightforward methodologies. Below is my favorite photo from yesterday, it was made by using a slow exposure speed coupled with a slight vertical panning motion of my hands. The only change I made in post-processing was increasing the black point, to add some contrast back to the tree trunks.
Using my Tamron 16-300mm VC All-In-One lens and a Canon EOS 50D DSLR, my exposure settings were: 0.8s F/10 ISO 100, 41mm