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Monday, October 15, 2012

The warm colors of October are showing up at the farmers market.

I happened to have the Sony DSC-RX100 with me when I was passing though the farmers market and was able to grab this shot of rustic apples.

The scene in the market was so full of autumn color that I then went home to pick up my Nikon D800 to take even more photos of the October produce.  For this shot I the corn at an angle so I could single out one ear and leave the rest out of focus.  I used the Nikon 70-300mm zoom wide open to blur the highlights.

A polarizing filter eliminated the glare and brought out the intensity of color in this gourd.
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