A single leaf hanging on the tip of a tree branch can provide a different viewpoint on the change of seasons for area photographers as fall morphs into winter
Interesting photos, like this one taken in Lisle, can be taken when you use a telephoto lens on subjects that are only a few feet away. Using a telephoto this way, and with a large lens opening, throws a potentially distracting background way out of focus. This isolates the subject from the background very nicely.
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Members of the Daily Herald's DuPage County photo staff share tips for taking better pictures each week as part of our "Perspective" series. To comment, contact Scott Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org.