Autumn scenes are some of my favorites. The season is a lot different in the mountains than the midwestern season I am used to and, tbh, I don’t have a whole lot of experience with it. This is my fanciful version then created as a midwesterner might imagine it 🙂
My only suggestion on this one is that the aspens would tend to be more clustered… they spread primarily through their roots and so tend to appear in groves of many genetically identical trees with a connected root structure that is considered as single organism. The individual trees of a clone may only live a 100 years or so, but the organism overall can survive for thousands of years…. the oldest one known is a 100 acre clone named Pando… worth looking up!
Thanks for the heads up! So many weird little bugs since the server move.
Just an FYI, the triple screen renders are no longer showing. They were before but now only the dual screens are up 🙂
A couple years ago, I went with my father to attend a wedding anniversary in Durango in the fall. It was my first time there that time of year, so we went out to take some pictures of the Aspen Quakies. When their leaves turn, they only go from green to yellow; no orange or red.
At one point, we were at a spot overlooking the city reservoir, and this picture made me think of that whole trip, especially that spot. Beautiful scenery, and this image really brought it all back. Thanks, Ryan.
This would make a fantastic Dynamic Background!!
Thanks everyone!! I do think this one turned out rather well 🙂
Wow, ,this is excellent. Everything about it looks fantastic. Thanks! 10/10
This is a great view of an Autumn mountain scape.
@Timhogs: yes, I’d expect some scattered leaves at this time of year (this coming from the Eastern shore of the Atlantic).
@Ryan: I’ve got this picture on my wall paper rotation already, along with the Oasis series, and the pair with the whale family in the fjord/sea loch.
I do enjoy the autumn scenes. One question, should there be leaves on the ground as well?
That’s about, really. 🙂
Oh, all right. Yet again, your sense for dramatic framing just jumps out and demands my attention.
In the best way, of course. 🙂
This reminds me of my autumns here in Mass. You captured it beautifully. I know I may have asked before but I canât remember. What size should I use for my iPhone 11 Pro Max? Thanks!
Looks pretty nice though I feel like for a lot of your daytime renders, the lighting is a bit harsh. For nighttime the harsh lighting for point light sources (like moon) make more sense but in this one esp the tree bark on the right it almost looks like illuminated by floodlights whereas trees on left make it seem like maybe its golden hour
Ryan you create scenes that just make me think “Boy would I like to be standing right there seeing that” Well Done!
Awesome! This one knocks it out of the park!
I will be using this for all my video conferences from now on! (the watermarked version of course, that way people know where it came from!)
My favorite season! This is fantastic, Ryan. I love your seasonal renders. Night version, please?
This is a really awesome image!
This is beautiful! It almost makes me want to move to Colorado. Great job!
This is a really beautiful Autumn render. Autumn is my favorite season and this doesn’t disappoint. This might be a great one for the different times of day like you did for your last two. Again great job Ryan!!!