[CATEGORIES: Photography, Travel Photography.]
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Yes it is barely a week since I posted about early autumn in Colorado but things change fast here. My guess is a decent Colorado autumn averages about 2 weeks, though those weeks can overlap 4 or more between north, central, and southern parts of the state.
My efforts to learn manual aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings on my new Nikon D5200 have been a DISASTER. Rather than show you 500 examples of good and bad shots (bad and not-as-bad?), knowing you can find 500,000 examples on review sites all over the web, I will attempt to show some of the better shots with only a few bad included. My main problem? OVER-exposure. (But not the two following.)
A little good, bad, ugly:
It’s all about the trees:
f/8 vs f/14, (mid-sized aperture vs. small) other settings the same: (Scroll down and click View Full Size to do so, click again for super zoom. Those houses in the center must have some views!)
Coming soon: Dog, Dove, and Depth of Field (Caw! Caw!) (Tesla). Stay tuned.