Monday, November 11, 2013

Central Park Fall Colors

Last Saturday I went out to do some shooting with the Fujifilm X-E2 and four XF lenses.  I knew I pretty much had it all covered with my 14mm, 23mm, 35mm and 55-200.  The various primes each worked well for the vistas I wanted to capture, and the long zoom was really great at isolating some color.  The day started out totally overcast and cloudy.  Who knew that about an hour later the blue skies would roll in!  I wish I brought a circular polarizer filter for those blue skies!  Don't forget yours when you head out.
I have not tweaked the images in Photoshop.  Imported into Aperture then exported to upload.  Several times I used the in-camera filters to boost the colors and add a tilt-shift or pop color look to the scene.  In some of the examples you can see several images showing the different looks easily made in-camera.  Hope you enjoy some.
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