18 October 2016


DIRECTIONS. Venture into the world and make photographs of autumn leaves. How you arrange and compose your photos is open to your interpretation. You may go about the project as a straight-forward landscape project. ...Or, you could collect leaf textures using macro settings. You can approach it like a still life project: arranging thing leaves as objects. Or you could think conceptually, and approach it like the environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy (click here for Andy).

1. Set the ISO of your camera appropriately.
2. Set the WB of your camera appropriately.
3. Open the aperture wide (small f-stop number) for out of focus background.

4. Use macro function for close up textures.
OPTIONS: Composition and rule of thirds, balance and asymmetry, macro...

Oregon fall foliage site. CLICK HERE.
Place suggestions. CLICK HERE.
Tips for shooting fall foliage. CLICK HERE.
Extra Crunchy tips for photographing fall foliage. CLICK HERE.