“Very simple shot of autumn, but it’s so dreamy. It’s like a fairy tale..”
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Window in Autumn, originally uploaded by ISphoto
Autumn is my favorite time for taking pictures. The color in autumn images is brilliant and warm. Most people think of beautiful New England landscapes when they think of peak leaf peeping season. I think about the brilliant light and backdrop of color for my chosen fields of photography — floral and portraiture. Certainly, fall’s reds, yellows, and oranges make brilliant subjects.
Alternatively, however, the brightly colored leaves make a beautiful backdrop for the remaining garden flowers or for wonderful natural light portraits.
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Last updated: Review by Cnet.uk (17 September’07)
The Canon PowerShot SD750 (IXUS75) is a 7.1 megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera features 3x optical zoom (35mm equivalent: 35 – 105mm), DIGIC III, ISO settings ranging from 80 to 1600, and a 3.0-inch P-Si TFT. The camera measures 91.6 x 56.8 x 19.6 mm and weighs 130 g.
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The Nikon Coolpix S50 is a 7.2 megapixels point-and-shoot digital camera features 3x Optical Zoom (35mm equivalent: 38-114mm), Optical lens shift Vibration Reduction, ISO 100-1600, and a 3.0″ 230,000-dot, wide viewing angle TFT LCD. The camera measures 92.5 x 59 x 21 mm (3.6 x 2.3 x 0.8 in.) and weighs Approx. 125 g (4.4 oz.) without battery and SD memory card. (Download Brochure)
How to capture the essence of autumn colors in pictures when we enjoy the beauty of the autumn in New England or in one of the other states famous for the colorful fall foliage? After many years of experience when taking pictures of autumn leaves for professional stock photography and for books and articles I reveal some of my techniques in this article.
Nowadays it is so much easier and more fun to use digital cameras for taking pictures in the outdoors of autumn leaves and the nice colors of fall foliage. With a digital camera you can immediately check if your shot was hitting what you wanted to capture and it is easy to redo it if needed.
The captured digital files will easily support your memory of a nice fall experience and you can work on with them at home on your computer and display it for others.