Fall is an amazing time for photographers as even the most pedestrian scene whips out the formalwear for a brief foray into the world of color before winter settles in with those oppressive whites and grays.
Though you may see delightful shots around every corner, the trick is capturing them effectively on film, which is where this article by Peter West Carey at Digital Photography School comes in handy.
1. Get close
One leaf or two. Just a few. Is all it takes to show the beauty of the season. A treeful might be appealing to you, but show us a single leaf and the beauty of its shape all alone.
2. Go wide
Grab your 10mm or 16mm lens and head into the forest. No need to pick just one when you can pick them all! Be careful to try to avoid too much sky (if it is not a nicely contrasting blue) or fringing will happen.
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Photography tips for fall.
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