Not every Fall is as stellar as the one I experienced a few years ago. This image is one of many that I hope to contribute to the (I’m sure) large pool of beauty that will be forthcoming from around the internet photosphere in the next couple of months. It was shot with a Nikon N90s and 28-70mm lens on Fujichrome Velvia film. For a deeper saturation, I used a polarizing filter.
On another day, the weather was pretty damp and dreary which made the colors appear even more saturated. These additional shots were made with an early digital (can you say primitive) camera. . .not a lot of detail quality but the colors were captured in their natural vibrancy.At the time of this shoot, I was still mostly using film cameras with Velvia and Provia slide films. So, my processing for these (digital) images leans toward the Velvia side. But, I didn’t have to do much color work except for just a little toning down of the yellows and greens and punching the reds.