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Latitude Photography Podcast


Jul 23, 2021

Summary

We’re planning ahead a little bit in today’s show. I’m talking with a New England photographer all about what we can expect when we head out to shoot fall color this season. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 123 for July 22, 2021

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS/Other Comments

July Topic

The topic for July is #PublicLands. Please get your submissions in by the 27th of July to be considered for the broadcast on the 29th. I’ll be going back to YouTube for these broadcasts, and I’ll try a slightly earlier time frame as well. We’ll plan on 6:15 p.m. Pacific Time.

 

Latitude Photo School is now enrolling beta testers. The waitlist is up next. https://mailchi.mp/eeb40a226ba2/kk5w15cdqv

 

Minnesota water-FALL-color Workshop info: Sign up today!

https://brentbergherm.com/workshops/minnesota-waterfall-and-fall-color-workshop/

 

MAIN TOPIC

Preparing for and Shooting fall colors.

David’s e-Book: http://davelongphoto.com/new-products/tips-for-fall-foliage

David’s Blog: http://davelongphoto.com/new-products/fallfoliage

 

Shooting fall colors is something I just don’t get to do much of here in the PNW. Sure, we do have some fall colors, but nothing like the midwest or the northeast of the country. 

Today I’m talking with David Long about photographing fall colors. David, welcome to the show!

You were last on the show in November, 2018. https://latitudephotographypodcast.com/episode/new-england-with-david-long/

My goodness, has it really been that long? Anyway, we talked about photographing New England in the winter, and this time, we’re going to talk about fall colors. 

Main Points:

Let’s start off with just a bit about yourself so listeners can be reminded of who you are and what got you into photography…

Let’s talk about preparing for fall colors, in general. What should we be thinking about?

Compositional elements

Lenses and filters

Quality of Light

Weather

Water

Judging a proper exposure

Let’s now talk about some specific locations that are found in your latest publication, Fall Foliage Photography in New England.

White Mountins, Little White Church - Eaton, and Sabbaday Falls

Northeast Vermont, Village View - Peacham

Central Vermont, Caper Hill Farm - Reading, Sleepy Hollow Farm - Woodstock

Southern New Hampsire, Henniker Covered Bridge, Garwin Falls - Wilton

Central Mass, The Grist Mill - Sudbury

How about some post-processing tips. We’ve gotten all these potentially great images, and now we want to bring them to their final edit. 

WB and Saturation

Use the HSL?

Apps you use?

Find Dave on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidlong3653/

Resources and Links

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