Polarising my autumn ideas #photography
Last week, I used photographs that I took at the Tipton Canal Festival which is held every September. When I look through my photos after a photo-shoot I always think I could have done better.
There is a lot of glare both from the sky and the reflection on the water which a polarising filter would have cut down. Polarising filters turn and you turn them around until you get the right effect.
The last week of summer
I walked around Brunswick Park (Wednesbury) on the last week of summer in the late afternoon to get a few shots that I would like to repeat as autumn changes those greens to yellow as the leaves begin to fall. Try to get depth to shots like this and enjoy the walk. You become more aware of what's around you if you take a slow walk around a park and it's relaxing too.
The fence going away from us gives this shot some depth. The fence also has a lot of detail that we see is quite sharp and gives the shot a quality that draws the eye.
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