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10 Essential Photo Tutorials To Get You Ready For The Autumn Season

Here are ten photography tutorials that'll fill you with tips and ideas for shooting during the autumn - with the orange shades of the leaves, it's a really pretty season for photos.

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As the weather's getting cooler and trees are losing their green tint to shades which are much warmer we thought it would be a good idea to bring ten of our popular autumn photography tutorials together in one place. That way when you're planning a day of autumn photography you don't have to go all over the web searching for ideas and suggestions.

1. Autumn Exposure Photography Tips

Here's a checklist of points to consider when out shooting autumnal shots to ensure your exposure's correct every time. This list includes working with histograms, using exposure compensation and ND filters.


Photo by Peter Bargh.


2. Abstract Autumn Shots In Photoshop

Blur isn't something we generally want to see in our photos but as this tutorial shows, motion blur added to a shot in Photoshop can create shots that are a little more arty but still recognisable.

Add motion blur


3. Autumn Macro Tips With A Compact Camera

Just because you're using a compact camera doesn't mean you can't shoot some interesting, autumn-themed macro shots. Here are some tips and hints to help compact users perfect their technique.


Photo by Peter Bargh.


4. Photographing Reflections During Autumn

With such bold colours on offer, autumn's the perfect season for capturing reflections. We have tips on capturing a mirror-like reflection as well as advice on shooting more abstract style shots.

Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk


5. 4 Ways To Photograph Fallen Leaves

Fallen leaves are easy to find during the autumn and can be used to create several seasonal shots.



Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk


6. Autumn Garden Photography Tips

Your garden is full of autumn photography subjects which means you can stay close to home and still capture the season with your camera and lens.



Photo by Peter Bargh


7. Photographing Autumn Leaves Outside And Indoors

Leaves make interesting close-up subjects and can be photographed both inside and out.

Photos by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk


8. Tips On Shooting Autumn Landscapes

Capture the autumn season with your wide-angle lens and you'll soon have a collection of autumn landscapes that really pack some punch.


Autumn landscape
Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk


9. 10 Top Tips For Taking Better Autumn Photos

Here are ten tips to help you take better autumn photos using your digital compact camera.

Brundholme Woods



10. Autumn Shooting at Arboretums

David Clapp shares his tips on shooting autumn shots in an Arboretum where photographers will get plenty of opportunities to capture autumnal shots.


Photo by David Clapp - www.davidclapp.co.uk



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