10 fall foliage photography tips from Nikon Ambassador Deb Sandidge | 10Best

Published on 29 Oct 2019, 14:53
Follow these tips from Nikon Ambassador Deb Sandidge to up your fall photography game.

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1. Fill the frame with color using a wide-angle lens.
2. Use a telephoto lens to isolate fall color and interesting details.
3. Use a macro lens to show the intricate depth of color and detail of a single leaf.
4. Use a circular fisheye lens in the midst of trees for a dramatic view of the surrounding color and sky.
5. Use the direction of light to your advantage.
6. Use the multiple exposures or image overlay mode for one-of-a-kind images.
7. Try a polarizer with your fall photography.
8. Seek dramatic reflections.
9. Capture sparkle in your images by including a sunburst.
10. Experiment with different apertures for varied depth of field.

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