It's that time of year again when the maple leaves are in red, so put on your hanfu and make memories in the fall.
Preparation of clothing
Maple leaves, the color is bright and enthusiastic like fire, and maple lush land, the overall color are colorful, then the clothing can not be mainly in cold tones, but also in warm tones, but not too bright, in order to avoid stealing the color of the maple leaves. If you think you are not suitable for warm colors, universal white is also good.
Also, the maple scene is also an elegant scene, a scenery loved by literati, so the hanfu is the most suitable, and the rhythm of the maple scene is the most compatible.
Preparation of lens
It is recommended to use 70-200 telephoto or 105 fixed focal lengths, if the distance from the object to be photographed is suitable, it can capture the whole body or half body of the model, which can not only express the environment, but also highlight the character.
Whether shooting model or maple leaves, highlighting the subject can make the photos more impactful and better ensure the quality of imaging, such as the model's delicate skin and graceful posture.
If you are using a cell phone, most have a bokeh function, point to the face, the background will automatically bokeh, but want more colorful, you have to post-tone color to do, there are many cell phone coloring software.
Positioning of shooting
To take a maple view portrait, you have to blend the model's temperament and the environment at the time, and must focus on the environmental portrait so as to better highlight the surrounding scenery.
In order to picture the clean, just remember to avoid the crowd, or use bokeh to make the background cleaner. If you want to bokeh the background when taking portraits, the aperture is suitable for the opening between 4-6.
The requirement of camera position
Because the maple trees are generally extremely tall, especially the old maple, is a long time ago, but also the branches and leaves, so when shooting, we should use more low camera position, try to let model and maple leaves in the same area, so that the background behind the model will be colorful maple scene.