Fall Into a Blaze of Colour

Fall Into a Blaze of Colour - Ellie Kennard 2015
Fall Into a Blaze of Colour – Ellie Kennard 2015

This wonderful maple tree is right outside the back of our house and every fall it presents us with a stunning display of gold and red light. It is one of the last to ‘turn’ but also, happily, one of the last to lose its leaves. When all the other trees have become bare skeletons, this one is still brilliant and alive, giving us one last blaze of colour before the end of the season. I decided to catch this in a multiple exposure which seems to really do justice to this grand fall finale.

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  1. I spent ages trying to find out if there was some way you could get the 7D to take multiple exposures (previously as I think someone on the mentorship I was on had the same camera). But it seems not. It was a wonderful discovery on my 6D and I am so glad I started to try it out as it is very exciting and inspiring. Thanks for the comment +David McLachlan

  2. Truly stunning, the multiple exposure works really well. I wish the 7D had this feature, I suppose I could do it in post production but I really prefer being able to do things in-camera, ( a throw back to film days ).

  3. I'm not sure how you could have missed it, +Christina Lihani – it's certainly LOUD enough LOL! (sometimes subscribing to my blog will get people seeing posts they would otherwise miss on G+ as they are all on there, and more.) Thank you for that lovely comment.

    +yunmi yi thank you very much. Beautiful trees can be found everywhere in the world, which is so wonderful.

  4. +Ronja Sokero thanks for the visit.

    Thank you +Stefanie Schächtel – the chosen method of combining the multiple exposures really makes a great difference. I'm so glad you like it.

    Thanks +Danica Macanga – I'm glad you like it.

    +Basharat Hussain thank you so much.

    Thanks, my friend +Leonardo Hervacio Arenas 😀

    It did, even in the real (without the multiples) thanks very much, Heiko, fellow blur friend. +Heiko Mahr

    Thank you so much +Kailash Khedekar – I am so pleased you think so.

    Thanks +Stephen Svetliza

    Thank you Linda. +Linda Jess

    Thanks +Lovinya Grace

    muchas gracias +Graca Valentim

    😀 Thank you +Vhie Gallamoza

    +Patrizia Davoli Grazie mille!

  5. +Evangelia Christopher thank you!

    +Photo Mania Canada thanks very much for the reshare and for the lovely comment. +Giselle Savoie and +Mark HELM

    It really could look like it, at first glance, I agree, +Heidi Anne Morris thanks so much. 😀 💚

    It's amazing how much it can be just like that, +Childa Santrucek using multiple exposure blur. Thanks very much, Childa.

    Thanks very much Sumit. +Sumit Sen

    +Belles photos merci beaucoup!
    +Daily Belle Photo wow! Merci infiniment, +Jean-Louis LAURENCE – 😀

    It's great to hear from you +Gina Beck – thank you1

    +Susanne Stelle – thanks a lot, I love ME when it gives that painterly effect. 🙂

    Thank you so much +Françoise Berenger merci!

    +Kirabo Juliana – indeed. I agree.

    +Fiza Hassi – you are most welcome and thank you for the lovely comment.

  6. +Denise Morgan Kalicki 😀

    +Lynn David Newton – the multiple exposures really bring out the colour and brilliance. Fire storm indeed. 🙂

    Thank you +Patti Visocsky

    Merci beaucoup +Paul Paradis

    That was exactly how I felt about the tree itself, +Ursula Klepper – I'm so glad you like it

    Thanks +Larry S

    +Onitra Wilkerson thank you for the reshare and the lovely comment.

    +Evajones Artates thanks very much.

    +Rusty Rail – yes, I feel just as if I did!

    +kleve fross – it look like it!

    +Na-ila ON thanks!

    Thanks a lot +Rob Patterson – Canadian leaves are the best! 😉

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