Archive | October 2013

Fall in Bucks County

Nik0017CuttalossaCome kickstart your creativity into gear at this unique property! Get on this grounds, inside the fence, see the Artist Studio, photograph 2 models, babydoll sheep and get instruction from professional photographer, Kathy Peoples. All this for only $99.00!

Don’t miss this quaint and wonderful world tucked back in the valley of famous New Hope, Pa. Cuttalossa Farm was patterned after Monet’s paintings. It has weathered buildings, water wheel, pond, Artist Studio on the grounds and lots of babydoll sheep! Check out our workshop being held on Sat. Oct. 19th from 9:00-11:00 am. Get instruction, have 2 models to photograph, and take lots of wonderful photos! Call Kathy to sign up at 215-672-5686.

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Photo Experience at Cuttaloossa Farm

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Unique Photo Experience Sat. Oct. 19, 2013. Held at CUTTALOOSA Farm in New Hope, Pa (designed after Monet paintings). Workshop with Kathy Peoples. Get on the grounds, see the Artist Studio, shoot from angles you’ve never been able to before! Two sessions available. 9:00-11:00 (including feeding the animals…adorable babydoll sheep, roosters, etc.) and 11:00-1:00. $99.00/session. Add $50 for Image processing instruction and help from 5:00-7:00 at Katydid Photography Studio for a fun night, pizza included! Contact Kathy 215-672-5686. http://www.Katydidphoto.com

Fall Foliage Photos

Fall was always my favorite time of year when I was a kid. And today I still love it! The colors to capture thru the camera can be amazing if you time it right. And yes, every year is different. Today we are having a huge rain storm and it’s only the beginning of autumn. Hopefully the leaves will still cling to the trees and in  2 weeks we’ll see plenty of color around us.

Remember to change your ISO for the lighting you are shooting in before you start. Try your hand at shooting fall in 3 different lighting conditions. My first suggestion is in the middle of the day, when the sun is out and bright. This will capture all the brilliance of the colors but you may also find your shadows are harsh. Figure out what angle to the sun you should shoot for, so you get the best depth in your photos. Next, definitely try toward sunset, perhaps an hour before. The light will be much warmer in color and add a nice glow to the leaf colors. Also try out a cloudy day. Set your White Balance to “cloudy” and shoot away. Bright cloudy days would be better than dark cloudy days that we often have here on the East Coast. And most of all, experiment and have fun!

Wet fall day

Looking up

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