Last of the summer #photography
It’s the autumnal equinox tomorrow and only a month until the end of British summer time. There is time to get in some more landscape photography as all the colours of nature begin to change. We might get some sunny autumn days, but I expect the temperatures to start to drop now.
The summer events have come to an end and there will be few events in autumn and so landscapes are a better option. I also photograph streets and buildings and the autumn light can be suitable for photographing buildings. We have to expect cloudy skies now and chilly photo shoots.
I can already see the colours beginning to change. We have more delicate shades of green and already some red and yellow is beginning to appear.
This is the river Tame in Sandwell Valley and I’ll go back in a month or two to photograph it again in autumn when many of the trees will be a deep red colour. It makes quite a good winter picture too as the colours change again and get darker.
These images aren’t too bad considering the cloudy sky. I used aperture priority and an ISO of 400 and the aperture was about f/8.
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