Due to a heavy cold, I haven't really being able to take photographs during much of October
Autumn is one of the best times to head out to photograph. The woods are filled with a feast of colours to capture.
Autumn may have been late this year, but the colours have been fantastic. I recently photographed these woodland scenes close to where I live in Nettlebed South Oxfordshire.
The woods were filled with plenty of opportunities to photograph. Almost straight away, I spotted this Oak tree. Unfortunately, my lens was not wide enough to capture the entirety of the tree. I could not stand back any further due to the proximity of other trees and a busy road. I decided to take many images to create a pano and stitch them together in Adobe Lightroom.
The resulting image was made up of thirteen individual photographs.
The resulting photograph of the oak tree after being stitched together in Adobe light room and further editing in Adobe photoshop.
Another pano of the same tee but cropped tighter in a more letterbox format.
Another pano of woodland, this time the image is comprised in 4 separate photos stitched together in Adobe Lightroom
The final photo taken of the day was captured as I was packing all my gear to go and search for my car.
I have also placed a video on my YouTube channel, which shows more behind the scenes.