"The hardest part is getting them to last long enough so that you can photography them. You could use a piece offoam board or even a reflector to catch them, but you have to make sure it's cold enough not to melt the snow flake. You could leave…"
I'm a part time Nightlife Photographer located just south of Charlotte, NC. My full time trade is in IT and Software Development.
Photography has been been a hobby of mine since 2000, and has earned me some extra cash on the side since 2008. I'm not a "professional", I'm just lucky enough to get paid once in awhile, and occasionally get some photos published in the local paper. Photojournalism is what gets me paid but I enjoy landscape, street, motor sports, and nature photography the most.
AF-S Nikkor 18-135mm 1:3.5-5.6ED (Walk Around and Nightlife)
AF Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 G (Motorsport)
Sigma 70 - 200 f 2.8 (Motorsport, Nature, Portrait)
Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS HSM (Nightlfe, Street, Landscapes)
Nikkor 50mm f 1.8 (Portrait)
About 5 more lenses... the above is what I use the most and carry around in my bag.
Nikon SS-400 Speedlight (RIP My dog ate it, it was a good little flash)
Nikon SB-600 Speedlights
Nikon SB-900 Speedlights
Nikon SB-28 (x3) Speedlights (Use off camera, remote)
Several Fujifilm Super Zooms
Filter Preference: Tiffen and Cokin
Tripods: Vanguard and Manfrotto
Lighting: Strobist (Speedlights)
Bags: Lowepro (I really want a Domke FX-1)