Fall photography can be among the most beautiful of all. In certain areas of the northern US and mountain regions with a lot of deciduous trees leaves change colors when the night temperatures get cool in the fall. The timing is everything and there is usually a window of only a few weeks for maximum color contrast. Get a tripod and go to your local state, city or national park if you are near an area with this climate. Try different slow shutter speeds if you are also near rivers and streams. Color "intensifier" filters can be purchased which help get a little extra "pop" with the color. The image included here was taken in Elkmont in the Smoky Mountains. No additional filter was used in this case.
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