Take Your Fall Travel Photos to the Next Level in Three Short Steps

We all want to return home from our trips with a bunch of amazing photos, but things can get a little bit tough in the fall. The weather is often so gloomy that it ends up ruining our pictures, but you can make them a little bit better by following these simple rules.

The Right Time

Your travel photos can look amazing, even in the fall, as long as you take them at the right time. The easiest way to do is to plan your sightseeing adventures around “the golden hour”—after sunrise or before sunset when you can get just the right amount of daylight.

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Changing Colors

Another photography trick that will save your travel photos from ruin, even on a gloomy day, is getting fall foliage in the frame. The colors of changing leaves always look magnificent, and they’re one of the reasons why professional photographers adore fall.

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Photo Props

There are many props you can use to perfect fall photos. You can play around with your umbrella, throw leaves in the air, or experiment with your outfits. Pick clothes that perfectly match the colors of changing leaves, and your photos will look so much better.

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