I love being outside when snow is falling, especially when the flakes are big and falling slowly. Sounds get muted and it creates an almost magic experience. I've had horrible luck trying to capture this feeling in photos. Some of it relates to photos being only visual. Some relates to the 2D aspect of a photo while falling snow is really a 3D experience. Some of it relates to falling snow being a dynamic experience while photos by nature are static. I've used longer exposures to create lines of whiteness that make it look like a blizzard. Creates atmosphere, especially when the snow is falling fast. But I've really struggled with large snowflakes falling slowly. Have tried fast shutter speeds which create distinct white blobs all over the frame. Not horrible, but not close to what the eyes actually see when out in a snow storm. I've tried slow shutter speeds which create the above mentioned blurry snow lines. I've tried large apertures and small apertures. Many, many years ago I tried flash. Thoughts? Are there any tricks to make a scene with falling snow approach what our eyes see?