all is a great time for outdoor photography. Nature undergoes a beautiful change in color, making the surroundings vibrant. Even the lighting gets a whole lot better during autumn, giving us photographers a great opportunity. In this video, photographer David Flores from B&H shares six tips on how to take great fall photos that will make you proud:
CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION WISELY
While location is important in almost any type of photography, you should pay special attention when choosing your location for fall photography. Make sure that your location showcases the gentle light and warm colors of autumn. Look out for places where the leaves are changing colors to capture the essence of the season.
GO FOR DEPTH
The cool conditions in autumn cause pollution to settle, allowing you and your camera to see clearer and farther. Haze becomes less of an issue during fall. Make the most of the conditions by shooting with a smaller aperture to capture greater depth.