Our cat Rox poses with a pumpkin of his likeness.
It’s always fun to photograph a wedding when you know the family. Paul – Rebekah’s father – works with me on the A/V team at church. I actually new a ring was coming before Rebekah!
The wedding was wonderful, but photographs we took between the ceremony and the reception were priceless. We had a some extra time from when we left the church before we needed to be at the Embassy Suites, so we met the couple at OU for some great pictures. To top it off, there was a fantastic sunset late in the reception that we captured just outside the hotel with the couple.
It was a blast, and the photographs were wonderful.
Digital photography tips for photographing Autumn leaves.
Autumn is a great time of the year to get outside and take photographs of nature in its changing beauty. If you’re seeking to capture some of that fall color, here’s some tips.
- Sunny days will give you better color. The colors of the leaves will appear more saturated when the scene is in sunlight as opposed to a cloudy day.
- Back light the leaves. Put the sun behind the leaves for maximum color. This is similar to the effect of stained glass window. Keep in mind, that you may have to set your exposure compensation to a “+1” or even a “+2” to get the desired results. I would also recommend setting your color balance to daylight rather than leaving it in Auto White Balance. If the camera is allowed to make all the decisions itself, it will try to compensate for the brightness of the leaves and the intense color.
- Best results are early or late in the day – not when the light is straight overhead.
- Focus on close-ups of individual leaves. This is a very effective way to capture the intense color of the season.
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