Covered Bridge in Autumn
Most of the covered bridges I’ve photographed were photographed during the winter months. I thought it might be nice to try to get one in the fall, so a few weeks ago I took a drive to visit this one. I would have liked to have gotten more color in hills of the background, but it was a beautiful bright sunny day and it was midday when I visited, so that wasn’t happening.
I am now actually reading an article on dealing with midday light. We’ll see if it proves helpful!
Speaking of reading…
Sometime earlier this year, I found a wonderful “mini book” written by Tom Dinning. Titled “Learning to See,” it is Mr. Dinning’s journey in photography from 1947-2012. In it, he makes such a wonderful connection between photography and life. Written in 9 short essays, it really is a heartfelt and enjoyable read, and I find myself going back to it from time to time just to read a passage or two from it. It is in PDF format, free, and available for reading/download here.
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