Tips for Photographing in the Fall by Jessica Feely
When fall rolls around, it can provide the loveliest of backdrops for your subjects. In some areas of the country, the trees are a canvas of oranges, yellows and reds. You can use these colors to help your subject and image pop. Here are some tips and ideas for great photos during the Fall.
Time of day. Early morning and an hour before sunset are known as the best times to photograph subjects outside. It provides flattering soft lighting on their face. Position yourself so the morning light filters through the tree leaves and creates a backlighting effect. It could really make those Fall leaves stand out even more.
As you head out this year for fall photos also remember to scout for good locations. You’ll want to visit them sooner than later because the leaves won’t last long. Mark down the locations of your favorite spots so that you can visit them the next year. Make sure to dress warm and have fun!