Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Fall Photography (Its not all about the foliage)

Last night I made a presentation on fall photography to my friends at the South Shore Camera Club. It was great to catch up with some old friends and meet so many new people! We talked about many things including the use of polarizers, how to find the best foliage and how to take advantage of different types of light in your fall photography.

After the presentation on fall photography, I presented a slide show of some of my favorite images from my recent trip to Italy. Then we discussed how to keep our camera equipment safe while traveling abroad. This was done in anticipation of the club's upcoming trip to Italy.

The image posted here was made seven years ago. The fresh snow on the fall landscape made for an outstanding juxtaposition between fall and winter. The reflection combined with the three trunks of the tree make for a compelling composition. This has been one of my favorite and best selling images. I was very fortunate to be prepared with my camera on my way to work. The tree fell later that winter. Thank you again to the SSCC for hosting me last night!

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