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Bokeh photography: Manually focus everything so the lights in the background are out of focus, and the subject (if there is one) is in focus. Also keep a small depth-of-field with a small aperture so the background is easily blurred (Av on the top options)

The light...not exactly something i can tell my future house's realtor that I want in my future house.

wrap the branches.

relaxing afternoon, sun shining, breeze coming in the open window

settings for getting this photo, with the snowflakes in focus: exposure 1/8000 sec, Aperature f/1.8, focal length 85 mm, ISO Speed 400, then have something dark (the trees) in the background so the snowflakes will stand out, and manually focus on the snowflakes

morning light / sol exposure

black | sea (one day I will travel) I would love to see this sea.

Summer Sun

Print in high-contrast black and white. Would also be cool to print a large copy, mod-podge it, mount on foam board, frame it, then poke holes where many of the lights are and insert white Xmas lights for a neat ambient-light piece of artwork! OR----Print it in B and paint the light bulbs with one color of permanent glass paint.