If you’ve been following this blog, then it’s probably no surprise that I’ve been doing a fall colours mini-project over the past while. The colours and landscapes are changing so rapidly, that they offer a seemingly endless possibility of photo opportunities. Every time I’ve headed out to shoot, I have a plan in mind – in this case, the colour orange. I find this to be a useful technique for training your eye to pick out certain things that it might otherwise overlook. Anyways, below are the results of my orange challenge.

50mm; F/4; 1/80s; ISO 100

50mm; F/2.2; 1/160s; ISO 100

50mm; F/4; 1/100s; ISO 100

50mm; F/4; 1/500s; ISO 100


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