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Good Morning! 

The leaves are donning their golden, red and orange jackets which can only mean one thing - Autumn is on its way. 

Autumn is a brilliant season for photographers - from beautiful landscapes to abstract reflections, early misty mornings to incredible deer ruts, there is plenty for us to point our lenses at. 

So, with this in mind, we thought we'd give you a round-up of Autumn-themed techniques and features to peruse through while you're still tucked up warm in bed or enjoying the first cuppa of the day. 

Enjoy your Sunday! 

 
Autumn Photography Tips: Backlit Leaves

Autumn Photography Tips: Backlit Leaves

The colours of Autumn are really what makes images sing and one way to exaggerate the golds, yellows and reds is with backlight. Plus, it'll really make the intricate pattern of veins stand out and focus the viewer's attention.
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Autumn Close-Up Photo Tips For Point & Shoot Digital Cameras

Autumn Close-Up Photo Tips For Point & Shoot Cameras

Autumn is the perfect time for capturing close-up/macro shots and this is something you can do even if you're a compact user who doesn't have an arsenal of lenses at their disposal. Be on the lookout for subjects that have interesting textures or are full of colour, plus look on the ground as well as up at the trees as you'll find conkers and other interesting items that make the perfect subject for an Autumn macro shot. 
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Autumn Photography Tips: Fallen Leaves

Autumn Photography Tips: Fallen Leaves

Make the most of the fallen leaves starting to decorate our landscape by either making a feature of them out in the landscape or by taking them home and using them on light boxes or in still life scenes.
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10 Top Photographic Tips That Are Easy To Follow

10 Top Photographic Tips That Are Easy To Follow

We can't let October pass without mentioning a close-up photography subject many photographers shoot spectacular images of at this time of year and that's fungi.
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Perfect Your Autumn Reflections With These Top Photography Tips

Perfect Your Autumn Reflections With These Top Tips

Reflections are something you can shoot all year round but as bright colours and bold shapes make the most interesting reflections, autumn's the perfect season to try this technique.
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Exposure Photography Tips In Autumn

Exposure Photography Tips In Autumn

Thanks to its warm, golden colours and varying weather, Autumn is a very photogenic season. However, the different locations you can shoot in coupled with weather and light changes can occasionally make setting the correct exposure tricky. With this in mind, here's a quick checklist of ways you can ensure your exposure's correct every time. 
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Tips On Taking Autumn Shots In Your Garden

Tips On Taking Autumn Shots In Your Garden

You don't have to head to a place that's bursting with beautiful landscapes to shoot some autumn-inspired shots as your own garden can give you just as many interesting autumn subjects to photograph.
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Tips On Shooting Autumn Landscapes

Top Tips On Shooting Autumn Landscapes

See why you should get your wide-angle lens out and shoot some autumn landscapes. The Lakes, Peak District and the Brecon Beacons look particularly impressive during autumn but really you just need to go somewhere that gives you a little bit of height and a few breath-taking views.
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3 Ways To Capture Autumn Photos With A Twist

3 Ways To Capture Autumn Photos With A Twist

For those who enjoy playing around with Photoshop, there's a way to turn your autumn forest shots into streaks of bold colour in a few easy steps, or you can create a similar look in-camera if you prefer. If you're out on a breezy day there's a third way you can create autumn abstracts by capturing the movement of leaves. 
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Top 18 Best Lenses For Macro Photography 2018

Top Lenses For Macro Photography 2019

To get close to tiny mushrooms and to focus in on leaf detail, you're going to need a macro lens and we have 19 to recommend in our top list. 
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Looking For More?

Take a look at our news, reviews, techniques and 'best buys'. Plus, don't forget to share your Autumn-inspired images with us over in the ePHOTOzine Gallery

Regards,

The ePHOTOzine team

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