That title may come as a surprise to those who read it first, but it’s true! I was looking for the ideal photo to use for the display of this blog and realize there are different types or styles of Autumn Photography. Now I’ve studied it out a bit, let’s get into it:
1- Landscape Autumn Photography:
Landscape Autumn photos is probably the most popular. But let it be known, that landscape Autumn Photography is not as easy as it seems. For one thing, there seems like there is something in your scenery that you really don’t want. To get the best type of landscape photos, like the photo above, you will need to drive away from the city for a while, but know your mountains, so you can go and not waste your time looking for the ideal scenery. Also, as in other great landscape photos, watch what time of day you take these breathtaking landscape photos. The difference between a good fall photo and one that is just shockingly perfect is the angle of the light.
Watch your angle of light
When you look at one of the “best” autumn photos you will see that the light is on an angle, or shot either in the morning or in the late afternoon. The shadows are huge, and gives the photos a nice contrast. Plus the light from the golden sun isn’t a bad thing either. It all adds to the beautiful photo.
2- CLOSE-UP AUTUMN PHOTOGRAPHY:
The amazing color of the fall is created by the color of the leaves. And there are many photographers who have taken up the skill of creating beautiful fall photos of just the leaves. No landscape photos, but just the leaves so that it will give you a sense of closeness. The one thing that I like the most is the creative-type photos of these leaves, like you see above. If you want to take close-up of the leaves, do yourself a favor and try to be creative with the exposure, the composition of the leaves. Here are a few more examples of these leaves taken in a creative atmosphere. These will be the type of photos that will sell:
3- OTHER THINGS THAT REMIND YOU OF AUTUMN:
Autumn will often remind people of Halloween, or just Pumpkins. Capturing these moments in photography is precious. We all have memories of Autumn, Halloween, time with family. Figure some fun ways you can be reminded of autumn in your photography. Be careful as you do this, that you are careful not to have a cluttered background, but it should also be colorful.
Here are a few more photos that would fall in this category:
4- The Autumn Forest:
Capturing the Autumn forest is a great photo. If you can, use the light to your advantage, like you see above. This adds a special mood or feeling to the photo that just grabs the viewer. Here are a few more ideas: