|Autumn Maple, Missisagi Provincial Park, Ontario|
|Lake of Two Rivers, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario|
- Shoot at sunrise or sunset when the light is golden, or on drizzly, overcast days to capture rich colour saturation.
- Use a polarizer to cut glare off leaves and wet surfaces. This will make the colours pop out of the scene!
- Use a tripod to make razor sharp photos, or so you can slow down the shutter speed to create artistic effects such as blurred water or moving leaves.
- Try lots of different perspectives! Get close to leaves with your wide-angle lens, shoot up from the ground towards the canopy or get farther back and use a telephoto lens.
|Oxtongue River Rapids, near Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario|