Here are some photos of frost which I took early in the morning to capture some winter images. I was using a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus and for the grass images I was shooting into the sun to make the frost sparkle.
If you try this is you might find that frost like snow can fool your camera’s meter into thinking the scene is lighter than it is so your pictures may come out dark. Using exposure compensation of one and a half stops usually works but the easy way is to just keep checking your histogram.
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