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Old 13-10-2006, 20:57   #1 (permalink)
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Question Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Having only weekends free to take any photos, I want to make sure I get the right weekend to capture some Autumn colours in some decent woods / forests. Having never really paid any attention to how quickly the leaves change colour & then drop, taking into account current consitions , which weekend do people think will be best for optimum colours ?

Thought I would ask, as knowing my luck I'll notice the leaf colours turning on a monday & by Saturday they'll all have dropped
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Old 13-10-2006, 21:29   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

It'll probably depend on where in the country you are but here in South West London there's not too much sign of the leaves changing yet. Another two weeks should see a difference.
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Old 13-10-2006, 21:34   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

If you want a tad more control, try setting fire to the trunk the weekend after next.
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Old 13-10-2006, 22:46   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Supposed to be getting colder next week so as Angela says the next two weeks and we should see some nice Autumn colours.......one of my fav times to get out with the camera.

No good tomorrow as the forecast is for mist.....what fool would go out in that
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Old 14-10-2006, 06:46   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

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No good tomorrow as the forecast is for mist.....what fool would go out in that
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Old 14-10-2006, 07:25   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

You have to be very careful as you will be suprised at how quick the colours can change. If your lucky it will happen over a two or three week period and will give you plenty of time to watch the weather and the tree to capture the shots with the best combination of both. If your unlucky things can change in under a week especially if you get strong winds at about the same time.

Over here the leaves have already begun to change and last weekend I was in the Alps and a suprising number of the trees in the forrests on the lower slopes had already begun to drop their leaves. Back in Munich the trees still all have a majority of green leaves and we are about 30 mins away from the alps.

If you catch it at the right time though Autumn colours can return some stunning photography results.
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Old 14-10-2006, 09:28   #7 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Too darn misty here today to shoot....unless your name is P-E of course Saying that, I'm looking in the garden & it provides a nice even light over near subjects....although a quick meter check shows it's tripod weather if you want to keep the ISO low.
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Old 14-10-2006, 09:31   #8 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

No stayed tucked up in bed this morning.
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Old 14-10-2006, 09:47   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Here in west sussex i would expect the best colour in two or three weeks,but sharp frost or high wind could make the trees shed their leaves without the colour developing.in the meantime watch out for individual trees which can give an early show sometimes quite stunning agaihst a largely green back ground.
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Old 14-10-2006, 11:13   #10 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Must admit I've noticed several old buildings with large virginia creepers turning crisom red at the mo
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Old 16-10-2006, 09:27   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Here, near Norwich, the leaves are turning. Guess it's near to getting a trip together to Westonbirt. Anyone else considering visiting the Arboretum?
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Old 18-10-2006, 14:17   #12 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Being a gardener i should be able to answer this question. Everything is slightly late this year with the very dry summer and above average october temperatures, the virginia creepers are turning red and dropping leaves, so i think the rest will follow anytime/day soon. We are organizing a day in the lakes at college to take some autumn landscapes and are unsure as to capture the optimum time as well....blame global warming i say!

we may go either this weekend or next and hope for the best,and some decent weather

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Old 18-10-2006, 18:02   #13 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Felt very warm for time of the year today & had a bumble bee fly in through the office window today Very weird weather at the mo
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Old 18-10-2006, 18:24   #14 (permalink)
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Yeah, but did it have a coat on?
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

We had our first frost last night and it was only just above freezing when we got up
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Old 19-10-2006, 11:08   #16 (permalink)
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Yeah, but did it have a coat on?
It did look a littel plump....must have been the new striped puffer jacket style
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My japanese maples are beautifull red at the moment. So i would go out this weekend or next.
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

the jap maples where i work in Lytham St Annes have not gone red yet....weird. knowing my luck everthing will be bare by the time i get out with the camerabag. Im not big on trees but the maples are beautiful trees

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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

In Harrow our two Japanese maples are resolutely green although our Prunus has turned.
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Strange things are happening a Maple in a local garden which normally turns red has has become a drab brown. In a nearby hedgerow a hazel is covered in fresh catkins it also has wew leaf buds opening..
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

.oO(might be a good idea to add "Autumn" to the theme poll for the next Fortnightly Assignment).

Don't mind me, just thinking out loud
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Good idea Sonsey, although everything is staying resolutely green down here at the moment!
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Re: Optimum time to photograph tree foliage in Autumn ?

Well there's still a week to run on the current Fortnightly Assignment and then (if it won of course) we'd all have another 2 weeks to get a shot on top of that, which takes us to mid-November... hopefully that would be enough time for thing's to turn brown around the country and beyond, if not, then I think it's time to look into climate problems
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I have two maples, both a glorious red shade now - pity the weather is so c**p I can't photograph them But stranger still, my roses are still blooming and I have a chocolate cosmos still flowering!
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Went to Westonbirt Arboretum on Monday & although some trees are still green, there is some really good colour appearing. If you went there this weekend you should get some good shots. there is some good contrast with the yellows & reds against the green.

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Down Chipping Sodbury on Friday night on the lash, so if hangover is not too bad, i might try & get up to Westonbirt on Sat morning . My 60 year old mum told me if I park in the garden centre bit, you can sneak in the exit for nothing What role model is that
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Up here in Scotland it's been very cold some mornings. This week I have had to use de-icer on the car windscreen!!! Been very wet and windy last few days, some trees have lost about half their leaves. I thought this was winter, I've been thinking Spring is next

Some great colours on most of the trees now - just not managed to get any shots yet , when I can get out it's too misty. Scottish Borders, I've heard our Summer is on a Sunday next year so I'll not miss that
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Like the sound of your Mum, Dave, I might try that next time! If you get the chance as well, pop into Stowe as there is a pair of fantastic yew trees planted right up against the rear church door of St Edwards.

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might be a good idea to add "Autumn" to the theme poll for the next Fortnightly Assignment
Poll's up folks!

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Well drove up to Westonbirt this morning with hangover from hell, only to find secret entrance had been fenced off ....doh !!!! Being completely overcast & dark today I didnt bother paying the £7 entrance fee, so went off to look at cars instead
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