Fall leaving leaves dripping in color

I know, I know. I’ve been really bad about updating the blog here. In fairness I’ve been really good about the new Vlog over on my YouTube channel that you can find here!

Before I get into the photos I do urge you to jump over to my YouTube channel and subscribe because it’s been a lot of fun putting together this show every day, though I’m toying with the idea of scaling back to a few days a week in order to put up less content with better quality, but for now at least it’s a daily show and I’d love for you to jump in and join me on the ride!

I’ve also been much more active over on Instagram recently which is where a lot of my more recent work has been getting posted and again I’ll politely ask you to jump over there and give me a follow so you can see more of my work more often! You can find me on Instagram here or by searching for my screen name over there where I am simply @dave.szweduik.

Anyhow, enough talk! I wanted to take a minute and share a handful of photos I made over a few days this fall. I was out cruising around and found myself continually drawn to make little portraits of the leaves as they were changing colors and displaying their unique attitudes and qualities. It was really cool to take time to notice the subtle difference between how Oak leaves change colors as well as the not so subtle difference in the fiery Maples.

For the photographers out there that may be wondering, these photos were all made with a couple of Fuji X-T1 camera’s and a combination of the Fuji XF 35mm f/1.4 and Fuji XF 56mm f/1.2 lenses.

As they say, let’s get on with the show! Enjoy!

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