Who says that there is no bad weather in Greece? It’s rare in comparison and for the Greeks is a great inconvenience. There is a new habit in naming the storms nowadays and this one is called Leandros. It is supposed to last for at least a week.
I took this rare opportunity to capture snowing in the center of my hometown Thessaloniki, which is the capital of Macedonia region in Northern Greece.
I used my Canon EOS 6D with my Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM zoomed all the way up to 200mm with a shutter speed of 1/160 at f/8.0, ISO 100.
There wasn’t any hard work in Lightroom or in Photoshop in post processing. For all my images I use a preset that I made in Lightroom, which includes Lens Corrections and some minor adjustments in Clarity, Dehaze and Hue. And that is because I think that the raw file is brought up to the level it matches to what I see…