I know. However, this shot is black and white and very muted/grey for a reason: It was shot under overcast skies and in reality there was a blueish cast throughout the scene. Something like that would actually be fixable in post, but the monochrome version conveys the mood better in this case (IMO). To my eyes, the scene was pretty monochrome (dark, muted - greyish, if you will) as it was ...Matt, not a critic, just a reminder: you should not trust the metering of your camera when shooting snow. You have to overexpose if you want the snow to be white in your photo.
Tony, do get them - I like them whenever I get to see them!You guys have been posting some interesting images. It has been cold and overcast the past few days, so with the flat light, I've been limiting myself to my daily submissions from the workshop. It is still cold this morning, but the sun is out of hiding. I'm resisting the urge to go and get more squirrel and songbird pics.