1. Explore New LocationsAutumn is the perfect excuse to explore new locations in order to find those stunning tones and colours. Speak to other photographers, have a look at Instagram and have a peek at your local parks to find the best locations. Corn mazes and pumpkin patches also provide the best backdrops for an autumnal feel.
If you know your trees, Beech, Japanese Maple and Spindle trees all make fantastic colourful leaves.
2. Wait for the Right LightAutumn morning light as well as evening light are equally beautiful for different reasons, it all depends on what you are after. If you're an early bird the morning can bring the cool mist and fog for some dreamy images, while the evening can bring that well sought after golden light shining through the leaves.
3. Get WideTry shooting with a wide angle lens or step away from your subjects in order to capture the whole scene and the beauty of the season.
4. Focus on WarmthAutumn is all about being cosy, rich colours and staying warm, so why not bring that warmth into your photos? Through controlling your white balance and editing you can add that extra warmth to your images.
5. Get a Little Wild
At the end of the day this is all about having fun and enjoying the season, so don't be afraid to get a little wild. After all, who doesn't like to play in the leaves?
There you have it, our 5 Tips for Photographing Portraits this Autumn. We'd love to hear from you on