jenniferlambertnash
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nandicmb November 08, 2016
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Alwolfe February 28, 2018
One of the best autumn photos I have seen!
 
SamanthaW26 May 18, 2018
Absolutely stunning

Remake of Fall in the mountains



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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in the Blue Ridge Parkway of North Carolina 2015
Time
This was late afternoon; I had taken a day trip to the mountains to do some 'leaf peeping'. I pulled over to an overlook area and took the photo looking down the road.
Lighting
This was edited with Photoshop to enhance the colors.
Equipment
Camera is a Canon EOS SL1 using an 18-35 canon kit lens; hand held, no flash.
Inspiration
I love nature, especially fall in the mountains. The beautiful red, orange, yellow and green colors just pop out and make for creative photographs.
Editing
Photoshop to enhance the colors
In my camera bag
At any given time I carry to kit lenses - 18-55 mm, and 75-300. I also Carry a canon 100mm Macro lens. 3 tripods of various sizes; a polarized lens; Neewer DSLR Camera Shutter Release Wired LCD Timer Remote Control Intervalometer Time-lapse Photography Device, a ring light for macro photography, and an extension tube.
Feedback
Take multiple photos, dont just rely on one or two photos. If you find beautiful scenery take a lot of photos at different angles, know your lenses and the settings that work best for the type of photograph you are trying to take. You can spend a lot of money on software to edit your photos, but if you are just starting out there are free and/or cheap versions that do well too. You will find that either a monopod or a tripod will be your best friend, to keep from lens shake ruining your photo.

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