Fall Color Photography Tips Released by New York Institute of Photography
This week, the New York Institute of Photography released their annual update on tips for photographing fall color. Long a part of NYIP's free photography articles, "How to Photography Autumn Color" was rereleased to the public last week, and NYIP's newsletter subscribers got a sneak peak at the latest version.
Below is an excerpt from the article:
'There's no bad time of day to photograph fall color. As with most landscape work, the morning and late afternoon often provide the most interesting shadows. As veteran travel photographer Susan McCartney often points out, "It's best to photograph outdoors when your shadow is longer than you are.
Early morning may bring fog or mist that will provide a soft background, along with long shadows. The rich golden light just before sunset transforms not only leaves on trees, but those on the ground as well.'
Click the link to read the full "How to Photography Fall Color" article.
"We're thrilled to be able to offer free tips to those photography enthusiasts looking to take advantage to the amazing photo opportunities that the season offers us all," said Chuck DeLaney, NYIP's Director.