Thursday, 11 October 2012

12 Ways To Capture The Colors Of Fall

With Autumn now well on its way, now is the time to get out and photograph its rich colours. This article from Digital Photography School, by Peter West Carey, a world travelling professional photographer currently leading photo tours to Bhutan, Nepal and Hawaii, gives some valuable tips as well as showing some beautiful photos.


Fall is in nearing full force in the Northern Hemisphere. That means a beautiful display of reds, oranges and yellows is now sweeping across the globe and it’s time to grab your camera to capture the beauty!

Below are some suggestions for how to capture the magnificent colors that are popping out. While a shot of a tree has its place, think of these other ways you can show the autumnal spectacular in photos.

Follow the link to read the full article: 12 Ways To Capture The Colors Of Fall

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Autumn in the Country


A photo essay type of  book dealing with the colour and richness of the fall season.  Photographs from his home base in New England as well as around the country are included as well as tips and techniques on how to photograph this great time of year.  120 pages

Stan Trzoniec is a well-known outdoor writer, photographer and publisher with over 2000 articles published in popular sporting, outdoor, photography, birding and railroad magazines to include Shutterbug, Digital Photography Buyers Guide, Birder's World, Railway Age and Kalmbach, Wolfe, and InterMedia Outdoor publishing companies. 

As a photographer, Stan has magazine cover credits that number over 850, has five books published and is currently working on additional large format books on American Railroads and Digital Outdoor Photography. Aside from all this, he teaches photo workshops, has his own line of photographic greeting cards and sells fine art and landscape photographs at local art galleries, shows and on his www.OutdoorPhotoGraphics.com website. 

Today, with his heavy involvement in digital photography he travels the country in search of dynamic photographs for his favorite season - Autumn, while at the same time gathering information for his magazine projects that include wildlife and landscape subjects. He believes in taking photos the correct way from the start-and only relies on software programs to enhance his photos for sharpness and minor color adjustments. Stan lives in New England with his wife, two daughters and four grandchildren.

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