Autumn is right here in our doorstep so it’s time to go out and watch how nature changes its colors before your very eyes. Here are a couple of tips from the community in documenting the changes of the season!
Autumn is not all about fallen leaves on the ground. There’s so much more than that! From capturing the myriad of colors that nature has prepared for us, to focusing on dreamy silhouettes, there’s plenty of photographic potential ripe for the taking! Check out some of the Tipsters that your fellow Lomographers have written about capturing the essence of the season.
Just because there are plenty of leaves around doesn’t mean that’s all you have to shoot! You can get the texture of the leaves and do double exposures to make those photos pop out.
To break the monotony of shooting brown leaves, you can change up the color of your photos by using slides, redscales, or waiting for the perfect blue sky moment!
The season is perfect in setting the mood, with autumn’s colder days and longer nights. Silhouettes add an air of mystery to your photos that keep the viewer guessing.
Don’t get yourself too caught up in shooting all the big trees. Autumn offers lots of beautiful sights, some are just a wee bit small and close to the ground!
Autumn’s subdued colors (depending on where the light is) can be perfect for monochromes. Watch as the different shades of gray playfully dance on your photos!