Recently, I was asked to do some fossil photos for the new publication about protected natural reserve. Because of the technical limits and small size of the objects, I was forced to stack the final pictures (some of them from 10+ photos) to achieve good results. I also tried a new approach to artificial software backgrounds. Feel free to comment the results.
The autumn is my favourite time of the year. I like colorful forests with the typical smell of decaying foliage, misty mornings and first freeze. I’ve selected few of my autumn pictures for you, enjoy!
Forest paths deep in Moravian Karst are very colorful – but only for a few days in a year.
Lonely beech tree in the Highlands spruce forests shows some interesting contrasts in the late sun.
Little zooming and colorful maple leafs can produce some nice results.
Colorful small beech tree is like a bright lantern in the dark forest.
Bright yellow maple leafs against the dark water can make a nice background photo.
It really took me a while before I managed to get a decent autumnal forest photo like this.