As much as I hate to admit it, fall is just around the corner. I’m more of a summer kind of guy. It’s not that I hate fall, it’s that fall signals winter, and winter I could do without. Living here in Colorado we have all sorts of opportunities to photograph the changing of the guard. This image was a quick grab. We were driving down back road in Crested Butte last year and happened upon this beautiful scene. I jumped out and grabbed this one before any cars showed up to ruin it. I made this image with my trusty Nikon 28-300. You can read my full review of it here. I love that lens!
I maintain a map of various photo locations around CO, so I thought I would share it with you in case you are heading out to see the colors. Also, if you are a Kelbytraining.com member, Moose Peterson just released a great video about photographing fall colors. I’m in no way affiliated with Kelby Training, but I highly recommend it. It is an amazing training resource.
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