Friday, September 25, 2009

Algonquin Park fall colours - part 2

Fall colours are progressing well in the Algonquin Park region. I've been having a great time roaming around the park in search of the best pockets of colour, in prep for leading the Outdoor Photography Canada magazine photo workshop here this weekend.

Photos taken with Canon EOS 1DsIII or 5D mark II bodies; 24-70/2.8 lens and 17-40/4 lens; Singh-Ray LB warming polarizer






7 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:56 PM

    Nice this looks like the oxtonque river rapids is that where it is.

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  2. Yes it is the Oxtongue River rapids, just west of the park.

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  3. The pictures of the trees from those angles and the colors of the leaves are just stunning!

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  4. Beautiful pictures thanks for sharing, for me the fall season it's nostalgic I don't know why, but I like that.

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  5. Hi Ethan, beautiful pictures. How do you get your name on the pics like that? - I blog and would like to do the same :-) Also, do you mind people using your photos, as it becomes advertising for you the greater audience they reach...

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  6. Thanks expatlogu. My copyright is embedded in the images using Photoshop. I created an action so it's part of an semi-automated sequence when I create low res previews of my images.

    I don't allow my photos to be used without explicit permission - usually through a licensing agreemenet. Providing them under the provisio of advertising in most cases does not result in significant exposure value and in fact can devalue the image. But I'm going to try that pitch at the Porsche dealership..... if they give me one I'll advertise it all over the place for them!

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