The fall season is my favorite season of them all. I love the cold weather and how the colors of the trees contrast against the gray, hazy sky. I love the leaves in this image and how they appear so bright and vibrant compared to the deep brown of the tree trunks. Enjoy!
Normal scenario: You see something interesting to photograph. You pick up your camera and move it to your face where you look through the viewfinder to frame your shot. This time I challenge you to photograph from at least three feet higher that you normally do. Ansel Adams, the famous American landscape photographer often photographed from a platform that was mounted on top of his car. You might want to photograph from the back of a pick-up truck, get a ladder or even use a quadcopter with a camera. As always, have fun with this exercise.
After the rain today I went out to photograph at the so called bike path at Rahilly park in Merced. Enjoy the image and keep on photographing!
Let us continue to create HDR images this week. It is a lot of fun and one can get some great images!
I photographed these dogwood leaves in Yosemite National Park. Luckily it was a calm day. Camera setting f4, ISO 100, 85mm prime lens, 1/10 – 1/640 of a second exposure time.
Enjoy and use your camera!