Fall colors as we see them in nature are perfect, but our camera may not always present them as we see them. In Pisgah National Forest, at 6,000 feet elevation, Doug and Lee explain how elevation differences cause the trees to go through the fall color change at different times, and how to capture that with your camera. You will learn how to capture the textures and terrains using focus and depth of field. You will also get an explanation of how different filters can assist in showcasing the landscape’s hues.
MORE IN THIS COURSE:
- Fall Photography Tips: Capturing Vibrant Landscapes – Course Preview
- Photographing Spruce-Fir Forest
- Perfecting Fall Colors
- Capturing Sunrise
- Final Shot at Clingman’s Dome