Autumn’s officially in full bloom, and in case you needed any proof, landscape photographers are out in force to capture the reds and oranges of North America’s forests. Case in point: this serene river shot out of Tennessee:
Reddit user IsaacMTSU took this image off Little River Road. It was quite shady, so he kept the shutter speed open for three seconds to compensate for his 100 ISO and wide aperture of f/16, also while shooting from the widest angle on his 18-105 Nikon lens and a Cokin P-series polarizer. It’s a good combo to combat the dark lighting conditions—the silky water and complete focus makes for an excellent example of autumn landscape photography.
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