Autumn is arguably the best time of year for landscape photography.
While the other seasons alter landscapes in their way, none are as pleasing as experiencing leaves changing color and falling to the ground, creating a gentle blanket of red, yellow, and orange.
The combination of the scenery and cool air is a beautiful gift from Mother Nature.
As photographers, all of this colorful inspiration hits us immediately, and at times it can be overwhelming. When that happens, it’s essential to look for details that enhance our images rather than blasting our camera sensors with color – which isn’t always necessarily a bad thing.
The goal of this guide is to get you prepared for photographing autumn landscapes with a focus (no pun intended) on using the gifts of autumn to improve your images. Specifically, we’re going to cover:
The Biggest challenge of Autumn Photography
- Shooting the Familiar, With an Autumn Bent
- Creating the Shot You Want
- Editing Tips for Autumn Photography
- Using the HSL Panel in Lightroom to Tweak Color
Grab Your Copy Now
Photo Credit: Tomas Alvarez