Kris Tynski’s Raw Cape Breton
Rivulet in the Margarees. Fall on Cape Breton Island is without a doubt, the best time of year for a photographer. I find the colours here are not prime until Oct. 20, give or take a couple of days. I find fall days are best photographed when there is a fair amount of cloud cover and even better when there is a bit of sun peeking through. A polarizing filter is a great tool to reduce reflections from water as well as it allows the colours of the leaves to really pop. There are no bad choices of lenses for fall photography from wide to macro to telephoto, the colour will add interest at all focal lengths, although I am always partial to the ultra-wide for vast landscapes. f8 1/30s @15mm ISO 100.