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“Fall is by far my favorite season to document,” South Carolina-based photographer Megan Hassold tells us. “There is so much beauty to be found in the changes of our natural environment, and it is also a time of human connection. For many, it means family and traditions are at the forefront. I believe that will remain true this year — although it may look a little different.”
Get creative and stay safe. Image by Megan Hassold. Gear: Nikon D610 camera, Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art lens. Settings: Exposure 1/250 sec; f2.8; ISO 1000.
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