Recommended settings for 'cozy' nighttime winter shots.

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Recommended settings for 'cozy' nighttime winter shots.
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Noob here.

Currently shooting with D5600 w/ 18-55mm lens. 100 iso, can't remember focal or shutter speed.

What are some settings or tips/critique you can give me to get more 'cozy' winter shots. The ones I've been able to get are pretty boring. Can't really play around with settings myself too much as I can only spend about 3 minutes outside (no gloves flexible enough to be able to fiddle diddle with my camera, therefore no gloves at all :/)

What are some good rules of thumb (ie : shutter/iso ratio or shoot close w/ low zoom or far away w/ high zoom, should I try to incorporate the whole house or stick to closeups) to be able to capture a decent light/darkness ratio. 1 is too bright, 2 is too dark, 3 is almost perfect, and 4, the look of the light is good, but I'd like more exposure on the frost on the window.

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