4 tips for fall photography: make landscape shooting simple!

Autumnal landscape photography
(Image credit: Amy Lathrope-Reid)

I am a self-taught photographer, and first started practising landscape photography around ten years ago. I remember seeing some beautiful images that inspired me to get out with my camera, but I didn’t really know what I was doing. There wasn’t a huge amount of information on the internet at the time, so I invested in some photography books to help me improve in areas such as framing and composition.

As well as reading books, I took my camera out exploring whenever I could. Any spare time was spent practising and developing my craft. This is where I learned my most valuable lessons. Practising with my camera not only taught me what a good photo looks like, but also taught me how to recognise a bad one.

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