One of the magical things about autumn is that the sun is lower in the sky allowing you to direct it for more dramatic images. Front lit fall scenes really punch out colour. Back lit scenes cast a dramatic warm, halo effect. Side lit scenes look more 3D, producing lovely, long shadows. Even overcast days are ideal for photographing autumn colours because there is no contrast.
Muted light produce colours/scenes that are beautifully saturated. It is recommended to experiment with your white balance on your camera setting to warm the scene up even more.
The Arts Warehouse offers workshops in Scenic/Landscape photography to help you capture Ontario’s spectacular autumn scenery…before it’s too late!