Fall Leaves In Tremont

jack graham shot (watermarked)

  This is a shot that was shown to me by Jack Graham! We were out in the early morning last Thursday up Tremont Road in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This was part of the Great Smoky Mountain Photography Summit. It was a really rainy morning. When the ran had let up for just a few minutes, I got out of the car, set up my gear, and went up to Jack Graham who was shooting this scene, looking down at the tree branched coded with beautiful fall leaves up against the flowing water of the stream. This photo was shot with my Fuji XT1 with my telephoto lens, 18-135mm. To get the smoothness of the water I shot this photo at F11 and ISO 1600. I shot this photo at all different types of ISO’s to get different effects of the water. (a tip from Jack Graham).

 

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