Our 10 favorite fall photography tips

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Ouch! You can practically feel the prickers on this thistle. Aren closed his depth of field to get the thorny weed in tight focus with the blaze of trees in the far distance.


Fall Otesaga boys

Tip 6: Get some perspective.

We had lunch in Cooperstown, New York at the luxurious Otesaga Resort Hotel and afterwards wandered the grounds to work off the rich meal. I practically laid on the ground beneath the potted plant to get blooms to sky with the boys in the soft sunlight.


Fall turkey in garden

Tip 7: Seek out nature.

Not sure how we lucked out with this shot at the Farmer’s Museum also in Cooperstown. Aren is much faster with the camera than I am so by the time I’d opened my iPhone he’d already clicked off five shots. Good thing since this bird knew where to find the back door exit.


Fall Horses Andes

Tips 8: Embrace the culture.

Yes, you will find couples out for an afternoon buggy ride, especially when the fall temperatures resemble late spring and the skies are bright blue. Aren had his camera ready snapping this photo from the backseat of our Hertz rental.


Fall Red Barn Andes

Tip 9: Share some history.

Historic markers are all over the place in the Catskill Mountains. You might like to make a stop and read a bit about the history of the lands you’re picturing. I also like to include the sixth member of our family (the Hertz rental) even though some folks think it’s goofy.


Fall Toad

Tip 10: Get closer.

Aren and I almost squished this frog it blended so well in the marshy grass where a natural spring leaks water down the mountainside. They move pretty slow when it’s cold so we were able to fire off a bunch of pictures at close range before he decided to move.


Fall Fitches Bridge

By the way, we took all these picture on the new iPhone 5s over the past week.