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Photographing fall colors Part 5

Photographing fall colorAlthough fall color may be approaching its peak in some places, in other areas it may already be on the decline. If that is the case where you are, rather than thinking the opportunities are over, consider looking at composing your picture in a slightly different way.

Here in Colorado, we are certainly past peak for color in the mountains.  But in this image shown, I shot a large expanse where the patches of color up front dilute the fact that there are bare trees on the hillside behind.

Using this strategy of guiding the eye of the viewer to a place you want them to look is a great way to make memorable fall foliage pictures after the peak of color.

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