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Make sure your snow is white

Snapshots in the snow sometimes look gray, as the camera uses automatic white balance technology and compensates for what it thinks is too much white. You can often adjust the white balance later in post-production using basic image-editing software to make the snow white and the other colors more true-to-life, as in this skiing photo taken with a Canon Powershot SX120 IS point-and-shoot near Mt. Rainier in Washington State.

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