Today’s featured photo of the day! October’s feature is: Fall Color/Landscapes
Here is today’s featured photo feature. For the month of October I am featuring fall color and landscapes photography as the style. For today, I am posting two excellent photos of a nice and colorful autumn tree on a partly cloudy day whereby the difference between an f/stop of exposure are featured near Tinley Creek Woods in the Cook County forest preserves in Illinois. Both are great shots in their own respect, with different features. It is up to the photographer to make the call as to what setting fits the photo! Which one would you choose as a winner? Date – October 1981.
Photos taken with a Nikon EM camera through a Nikon 26 mm lens, filter=polarizer, Photo #1–Aperture=8 f/stop, shutter-speed 1/30th second; Photo #2–Aperture=11 f/stop, shutter-speed 1/30th second, both shots loaded with Konica ISO (ASA) 100 Color 135-20 Negative Film processed with C-41 Processing Chemicals, and a Type C Print using the RA-4 enlargement paper process, onto a 4X6″ semi-gloss print.
☼TIP: Changing the exposure level, meaning letting more light saturate the photo is best obtained by changing the shutter speed, as changes to aperture result in various features of the photo such as depth of field and other aspects, unless that is what you are looking to change.☼
Enjoy, and see you tomorrow with another fine fall color and/or landscape photograph!!