Fall is by far my favorite time of year. Cooler temps, and vibrant colors are just a few reasons, why this time of year is special to me. What’s cool about all of this and a major reason why I take pictures, is to simply be able to share the world as I see it. Having a few short minutes and finding myself on a remote dirt road, I took the opportunity to snap these images. Sharing these shots, I was asked if they were created in Photoshop, because they just did not look real. My response to the person asking the question was direct, as I explained to him, that to date I do all my edits currently in Lightroom, and do not have any clue of how to do any thing in Photoshop. I just explained to him that knowing how to take a photo is the difference between having to use Photoshop vs. just getting it right by using your camera.
My images for the week
These images were taken with my 7d and the Tamron 18 to 270 mm zoom lens. Using an ISO of 400 and a wide range of apertures and shutter speeds,( depending on the lighting) I felt that these images represented the fall colors well.
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Until the next post,