September 28, 2010

14 Tips for Creative Fall Foliage Pictures

 The autumn equinox was last week (along with an amazing harvest full moon) and the trees around us in the northern hemisphere are beginning their annual display. Here are some easy tips for making memorable images of the vibrant colors. 
  • Shoot early or late in the day when the warm sunlight accentuates the autumn colors. The air is often stillest in the morning so leaves and other plants are not moving, ensuring your photos are sharp.
  • Shoot under overcast skies for richer color. Leave the sky out of the picture to focus attention on the leaves.
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