Found this lovely fall color palette.
The autumn leaves, the bark on the trees, wifey’s long brown hair, dusty black tones. It was a short photowalk, but we managed to get lots of good shots wit that fall feeling.
As for my photography project, we’re I try to learn to use my DSLR camera, I’ve been focusing a lot on color lately.
Sure, when it comes to finding a color palette for a specific photo, a lot can be done in the editing software, but they key is of course to train your eye to see exciting tones using only your eyes.
I think that I’m beginning to understand the interplay between light and color. Sure, from a physics perspective, I fully understand that color is reflected light, but in photography, I think, there’s also a wondrous storytelling going on between exposure and color harmonies.
In many ways, I’m beginning to see how color toning isn’t just about having certain colors go together, but how there’s also a delicate balance between hot and cold, dark and bright, and focused and unfocused.
Make sure to follow my photo project on Instagram for more fall color palettes.
Photos taken with a Canon 70D and a 50mm 1.8 lens.