Take a Photo Of The Animals
This is fall - it is the season of squirrels storing food all around, dogs sporting the latest fashion trends in sweaters, and animals getting ready to hibernate. Domesticated animals also love to have fun with all the leaves that have fallen. Take any pile of raked leaves and introduce a dog to it; you'll see them perhaps go crashing into it simply for pure fun.
This is where zooms may actually have a key advantage due to certain animals getting startled as humans get closer to them. With domesticated animals like dogs, get down on your knees and shoot wide. Additionally, get as close as you can and choose an angle that shows off that lovely fleece the pooch may be sporting.
While shooting fall photos, the most important factors to remember are to have fun and look for the natural beauty that we let pass us by each day. When you're having fun and your creative juices are flowing, your photos will show it. And one final tip - bundle up! That goes for your camera as well; make sure it can handle the unusually cold weather we're having this fall.
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