Who couldn’t use more tips and ideas for photographing fall?
It’s that time of year for all things pumpkin spice, right? Whether you like it or not.
Photographing fall in several ways
I thought I’d pull together several of the articles on Photofocus to help give us all a few new ideas and ways to capture the colors and scenes of fall. Click on the blue links to read full articles.
One way to capture unique images is to use a specific lens.
Using the Tamron 100-400mm f/4.5-6.3 to photograph fall – this is the lens I use the most no matter what I’m capturing. This article will show you how and what I do with it.
Fellow author, Julie Powell shares tips on getting creative with fall still life images. Creative ways to capture the fall harvest
Here are a couple of articles on photographing fall with your macro lens (or whichever macro method you use). Photographing fall leaves with your macro lens outdoors & Photographing fall leaves with your macro lens indoors.
A cornucopia of options
This article is all about the many options there are for getting out and capturing the essence of fall in your area.
And, here is another one from my friend, Bryan Esler that will give you some more ideas.
Of course, no matter how or what you photograph this fall, the important thing is to have fun. Experiment, try new ways of creating with your camera.