125+ Ideas for Photographing Fall

Jennifer Wilson

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October 13, 2011

Fall gives so many of us warm and fuzzy feelings. We love watching the leaves change and pulling out that first sweater for the cooler weather. It is a time where we’re out and about, armed with a camera, ready to document the changes in the season and in our lives.

But what should you photograph? In these three lists, there are more than 125 ideas for photographing the fall season.

I just love the sights and sounds of fall festivals and always take a few moments to get close-up shots of vintage items, textures, fall foliage and other striking images. I think the light this time of year (in the northern hemisphere) is what makes fall so photogenic!

Are you spending time taking pictures this fall?


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1 Comment

  1. Rebecca Cooper

    Thank you so much for featuring my Fall Photo Checklist! 🙂


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