Snowflake Photography

 




At Alta with the crew of the WeatherChannel for the feature entitled “Secrets of the Earth -- Blizzards”. See excerpts at this site which appeals for support to continue the project


From left to right, Gerald Hartley (audio), Jim Hense (director), Tim Garrett, and John Reed (camera).



Rating Snowflakes for Safety National Geographic, March 2016, p. 34


Cool Jobs: Careers on ice Science News for Students


Science of a snowflake Utah Stories


SBU captures snowflakes The Statesman


Road safety through snowflake imaging NSF.gov


Photographing Snowflakes in Freefall Wired.com


Τα χίλια πρόσωπα του χιονιού To Vima

The Great White Lie: What snowflakes really look like New Scientist


A Snowflake’s Significance Continuum


Could snowflakes revolutionize weather forecasts?  Weather.com


UW alum seeks to forecast perfect ski day through 3D snowflake photos KOMO News


Custom cameras catch weather clues, beauty in Utah snowflakes Salt Lake Tribune


Snowflakes falling on cameras University of Utah News


Picture this Utah Adventure Journal


Les flocons de neige photographiés en plein vol Le Figaro


3-D camera captures snowflakes in freefall Toronto Star


The road from R&D to commercialization Photonics Spectra


Scientists capture snowflakes in 3D to improve storm models Wired


High-speed camera system catches close-ups of snowflakes in mid-air Gizmag


Crystallizing Opinion Meteorological Technology International


Unique photography rig capture snowflakes in mid-flight NBC News


Automatic 3D Snowflake Camera: Find Out For Yourself If No Two Are Alike Gizmodo.com


Cameras Capture Falling Snowflakes in 3D featured in Yahoo, Foxnews.com and The Daily Mail


Alta is for Science: Utah Ski Area Hosts Cutting-Edge Snow Science Research Technology in The Avalanche Review April, 2012


New Camera at Alta captures the world’s first images of snowflakes in flight  in Powder Magazine 2012 Photo Annual


The science of avalanches ScienceNow Live Chat