WARREN CONNECTICUT – It was beautiful here today with soft light taking the edge off of the colorful Fall landscape. I took the opportunity to get close to the landscape, shooting wide with my Leica Monochrom. One technique that I’m exploring is shooting handheld in this relatively poor light at f16 to permit deep depth of field, and compensating with high ISO (2,400), which is very much against the grain for landscape, but works well with the Monochrom.
Day 2208 of one photograph every day for the rest of my life.
On this day two years ago (day 1478): Late fall in CT. So . . . two years ago I was shooting very similar subject to those that I am shooting today. Not surprising given the local deciduous landscape.