This is the fifth day I’m taking up Patti’s pilotfish challenge: Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: #66: Filling the Frame. I took this shot with my (new!) mirrorless Olympus OM-D E-M5 with a Zuiko 75-300mm lens. I was, as usual, walking the dogs and noticed that some of the brown leaves on a tree were were still partially orange. They were also perfectly back lit by the sun. The photo practically took itself.
6 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #66: Filling the Frame #5”
From this perspective, the leaves seem to be shriveling and curving inward on themselves–which is perfect for autumn. The color and perspective heighten the impact of the shot, Hannah. Well-done!
Thanks Patti. I’m finding the mirrorless Olympus so easy to use! It’s truly a delight. I was really pleased with how well the shot came out right there on the camera’s screen. 😀
I switched to Fuji about 2 years ago and never looked back at my Canon days. It’s liberating to be “lighter,” isn’t it?
Oh yes indeed! Plus, my new Olympus is a better camera than my Nikon. I wasn’t doing serious photography when I bought the Olympus. So the OM-D is a game changer in every way.
Gorgeous shot Hannah 😀
Thank you Su! 😀