Fall color: how to photograph autumn leaves and other seasonal images
Necessary accessories for shooting Fall color
Macro lenses come in focal lengths that range from 50mm to 150mm. With a longer focal length you’ll have more working room between the front of the lens and the subject.
When choosing a tripod
for close-up photography, look for one that will get you to ground level easily, without having to mess around with removing the centre column.
By using a tripod and a remote release to fire the shutter, you’ll maximise sharpness. You can use a self-timer, but a remote allows you to time pictures better.
A reflector lets you bounce light onto parts of the subject that are in shade. Not only will this provide a more even exposure, it can enable you to use faster shutter speeds.
PAGE 1: Common questions about how to shoot Fall color
PAGE 2: How to check focus with Live View
PAGE 3: How to shoot frosty leaf close-ups
PAGE 4: Necessary accessories for shooting Fall color
PAGE 5: Other ideas for shooting Fall color
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on Sunday, September 8th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.
Tags: autumn pictures, photo ideas, still life photography