Fall Photograph Ideas

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Fall photographs are great because the colors outside really start to pop. Get fall photograph ideas with help from an experienced photography professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Teanna Woods, and today we'll be talking about fall photography ideas. I love shooting in the fall. It's one of the most beautiful times of the year, and you'll really enjoy it too. I first wanted to talk about some of our props. Having glittery fun leaves are really cool. You can throw them up in the air, you can have the kids bring them more towards the camera. They're just really a great idea, and even though they're not realistic, they still have a real feel to them. An apple crate is a great thing to use, especially if you have a little one. You can just basically place them on top of the crate, and it really gives a very interesting, almost fashion look to your shoot, and that's always really great. I also wanted to talk about the really cool customized framing that you can do. All you have to do is just right your name on a black sheet of paper, and just stick it into a frame, and that really ties in your entire shoot, and have fun with it. Have the kids bring the frame up close, or pull it far away, have everybody take turns taking a photo with it, it's just really a lot of fun. I also wanted to talk about shooting outdoors. Try to find a really beautiful park that has tons of leaves, so the kids can go crazy in them, throw all the leaves up in the air, and just run through the leaves all together. Also, if you can find a really cool barn that's a little bit run down, that's really great too. All those colors really pop, and it just ties the entire shoot together. So, those are your fall photography ideas.


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