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Thursday, November 3, 2011

We photograph autumn every year for stock, often using colorful leaves.  After doing it for so long it is challenging to come up with a different interpretation.  This year we decided to use leaves that were not "perfect" in their color, shape, or condition.  This is the first crop of images.  We will do more as the season continues.

Both photos were taken in the studio with filtered window light and the Nikon D3x to provide a very sharp look.  Top image was done using the Nikon 60mm macro lens at f/8, and the bottom image with the Nikon 24-70mm zoom at f/11.

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