Kris Tyn­ski’s Raw Cape Bre­ton

Rivulet Ris­ing

Cape Breton Post - - Community Connections - CON­TRIB­UTED/KRIS TYN­SKI

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.

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