Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Finding the Subject when Shooting Fall Foliage

A week before the Boston Seminar (which was a lot of fun, as always), Carol and I took a road trip to Vermont and New Hampshire, to "watch the leaves turn" (translation: Look at the fall colors, something this native Californian never got to experience growing up).  Yes, it's beautiful, and yes, I took a few pictures.  BUT I also did what I always do, which is to constantly ask myself, "How can I make this shot more interesting?"  "What is my subject and how is it being placed?"  "How can I improve the shot?"


I found my answer, of all places, indoors.  I looked out the multi-pane window, and there was my shot, nicely framed for me!


This framing was the extra "oomph"  I was looking for.  I can now go home happy. 


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