Reynoso Art: Jewels of Autumn

Malbec wine grapes in autumn

“Jewels of Autumn” © 2016 Pamela Reynoso

 

One Autumn morning, after harvest had ended, I was roaming through vineyards just after sunrise and I spotted this lone cluster of Malbec wine grapes. It was high on the vine, in fact it was quite a bit over my head! As you might imagine, it was a considerable challenge to compose and create this image, but I’m not one to turn down a challenge! I found myself compelled by the juxtaposition of the deep purple grapes in front of the softly illuminated fall foliage. I extended my tripod to its tallest height, pulled out my step stool, plugged in my cable shutter release, flipped down my camera’s LCD screen so I could see the cluster, and put my camera on manual focus. I studied the scene and experimented with many different angles, but this is one of my favorites from that exercise.

I’m a firm believer that beauty is *always* present, one but has to look. This is not always an easy task. I’ve been working on a project photographing a local family-owned  vineyard and winery for the last eight months… I still have four more months to go. Over the course of the project I have amassed a library of over 9,000 images of every aspect possible. I’ll admit, I did question what I would find to photograph once the grapes were harvested as I was previously unfamiliar with the life of a working vineyard season by season. I needn’t have worried- the possibilities have proved endless!

 

~Pamela :)

Fine Art Photography by Pamela Reynoso

(All of my images are available for purchase or licensing.)

Pamela Reynoso

Pamela is a big city loving fine art photographer who enjoys various genres of photography, especially macro work. She lives in Cleveland, TN with her high school sweetheart and husband, Rondall, and their five children. She can usually be bribed with homemade peanut butter cookies.

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