Beginners Digital Camera Class

Fall Outdoor Photography Workshop


Outdoor Photography Techniques Fall Edition

Autumn is all about crisp fresh air and amazing colours. Photographers love Fall when mother nature beckons to us with the beauty of landscape. As with other types of photography, there are some fine techniques and tricks involved in great Fall outdoor photography.

Now let’s take a look at one of the techniques which is very useful in Fall Outdoor Photography. It is called SIMPLICITY.

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In the picture below I walked around the tree to find a more simple background for the leaves to show.

You notice the colour and texture of the leaves, and nothing in the background distracts you from the beauty of the leaves.

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There are many different ways to apply simplicity to your photos. You can use shallow depth of field:

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You can walk around the subject and change the angle of view of the camera:

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Or simply change the camera orientation:

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The Fall Outdoor Photography Workshop has developed to equip you with these techniques and tips. This is a full day outdoor photography workshop, where you learn how to set your camera for a variety of light conditions using different metering modes and exposure settings to maximize your chance of capturing beautiful pictures.

Fall Outdoor Photography workshop is for beginners to intermediate photographers. All camera and makes are welcome in this class.

We are going to have more of these Outdoor Photography Techniques in our workshop and plenty of opportunity to practice them. Check our Upcoming Classes  for more information and as always feel free to contact us if you have any questions. That’s all for now. Stay tuned for more outdoor photography tips!

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

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