Autumn Photography Top Tips In Bad Weather

Take a look at these top autumn photography ideas, tips and techniques to make sure you have a great photo shoot this fall.

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Trees are slowly donning their Autumnal coats with burnt orange, strong yellows and other golden shades decorating the landscape and to help you capture Autumn in all its glory, The School of Photography have an excellent tutorial to share with you. 

The tutorial, which you can click 'play' on above, focuses on shooting Autumn/Fall photography in bad weather particularly so you have no excuse to put on your waterproofs and get outdoors this week! As The School of Photography says on their website: "At the end of the day, you can’t control the weather so if it’s grey and raining, so be it, get the shot anyway, fall is beautiful no matter what."

"We’re giving you the best autumn photography ideas, tips and techniques to make sure you have a great photoshoot this fall," The School of Photography.

Ideas discussed in the tutorial include photographing Fungi, Spiders Webs, Landscapes and using a shallow depth of field to shoot through trees.

Enjoy the tutorial and don't forget to share your Autumn-themed images with us over in the Gallery

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