Breathtaking autumn images and why they work

When asked, most photographers will tell you that their favourite season is autumn because of the wonderful colours and low sun. It’s also helpful that the sun rises at a relatively humane hour while sunset is conveniently late for fitting around work commitments. And of course the temperature is relatively high before the bone-chilling winds of winter strike up.

But naturally there’s far more to taking a fabulous autumn photographs than just popping out with a camera at the right time of year. In this article we’ll take a look at some great autumnal images and unravel a little of what makes them so good to help you on the way to taking better photographs.

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Angela Nicholson has been head of testing for various photography magazines and now works as a freelance reviewer, writer and photographer. You can find her @AngeNicholson on Twitter.