November Theme – Autumn

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      Pete Robinson
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      The theme for October is now closed

      The theme for November is

      Autumn

      It’s that time of year again. The clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in. Autumn is my favourite season. I love the warm colours of the foliage especially when backlit by the sun. You can enjoy photographing a classic autumn scene or get creative with your composition and apply your own style. You get in close to isolate some fine detail and use differential focus to concentrate on your subject. Perhaps autumn means more to you than just the change in colours. Other events happen at this time of year like firework displays and specialist markets. Now is your chance to share with members what autumn means to you.

      The Digital Photography School always offers great advice on photographic techniques.

      See some excellent examples of autumn colours here.

      Thank you everyone who contributed to last months theme.

      To upload your pictures login and open the Forum post. Please do not use the attachments button. Ensure the ‘Visual’ tab is selected and not the ‘Text’ tab. Then click on the right hand icon in the edit menu that looks like a picture of a mountain. It’s best to resize your picture before hand to have a long side of something like 680px at 72ppi, but the upload dialogue box has a resize option.

      The ‘Upload Picture’ icon will load a dialogue box. Click on the magnifying box icon to navigate to your picture on your device. Wait until the source text is displayed, then if you want to resize it enter the long side number of pixels in the first field of the dimensions field. Then click OK. It’s not as complicated as it sounds!

      There‚Äôs no restriction on when the photograph was taken so search though your archives show us what you can produce. If you would like to suggest any topics for the monthly theme please let me know. Thank you to everyone who contributed to last months’ theme.

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