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Autumn Advice

November 13, 2011

Stanley Horowitz once said “winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all”.  Andy goldwarthy’s works seem to portray this saying in an amazing natural way.

Here are 4 things you can do to optimize your autumn sets outside:

1. Start shooting just before sunset; the lightning conditions provide a soft atmosphere and golden dimness.

2. Contrasts, contrasts and again contrasts. Nothing more powerful than a bright red leaf against a grey cloud.

3. Polarizer filter is a must! The saturation of colors that you get with one of these is accurate and help to achieve a crisp feeling while decreasing some of the haze that is autumn typical.

4. Eat pumpkin! It’s very tasty .


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