Autumn and photography go together like pumpkins and pies. With its nice weather and changing leaves, you will definitely want to take lots of pictures this autumn. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next fall photo shoot, look no further. We’ve rounded up the cutest photoshoot ideas to keep your Instagram feed festive and fun all season long.
Whether you’re heading to the pumpkin patch or hiking, here are some ideas to make your iPhone photos look professional. Fall doesn’t last forever, so put on your most comfortable sweater, gather your friends and family and hop in. Also, check out these fall Instagram captions to pair with your photos!
1. Take a hike
Autumn weather is perfect for hiking and the changing foliage is spectacular. Whether you’re on the East Coast, West Coast, or anywhere in between, you’ll find picturesque woodlands and vistas for the perfect photo!
Bonus points if your outfit matches the fall foliage. 🍂
2. To the pumpkin field
It’s easy to snap a photo at the local pumpkin patch. The perfect fall photo prop literally grows out of the ground. Additionally, pumpkin patches usually have fun attractions such as hay rides and corn mazes that make for great photo ops.
Ideas for posing with pumpkins:
- throw pumpkins in the air
- Pose with a pumpkin in front of your face
- kiss the pumpkin
- sit on a pumpkin
- Take two pumpkins and have your followers vote on which one is better
- Candid shot of you picking pumpkins
3. Pick an apple
Like the pumpkin patch, the apple orchards are great photo destinations. Snap candid photos of you and your friends picking apples, walking through the orchard or sipping apple cider.
4. Throw leaves
This classic fall photo idea never gets old (and you’re never too old to participate). Have a photographer or self-timer take a bunch of pictures in rapid succession as you toss the leaves in the air. Don’t forget to smile!
Mother Nature provides the best photo props!
5. Make the crown
We love good DIY projects, and this leaf crown idea is irresistible. Roll up the most beautiful bright leaves and tie them with glue or a headband.
6. Become a ghost
Autumn and Halloween are almost interchangeable, aren’t they? Of course, you’ll be photographed in Halloween costumes, but you can also incorporate Halloween props into your fall photo shoot. Make yourself look like a ghost by putting a sheet over your head. You can even do a photo shoot at a cemetery to add a subtle eerie feel without using props.
We are obsessed with this ghost photography trend!
7. Warming Up By The Fire
Autumn is the perfect time to lounge next to a campfire, and it makes for great photo ops as well. You can play with fire light and smoke to create really cool and unique photos. Pair with flannel, hot chocolate, s’mores, or a fluffy blanket to make your photos even more beautiful. You can even take a candid photo of yourself making (or pretending to make) a fire so your friends can light it for your outdoorsman prowess.
8. Take a wheelbarrow and spin
Next time you’re raking leaves, hop in the wheelbarrow for a fun photo shoot. There are so many great and easy options for this idea. You can pose with an empty wheelbarrow, have a loved one push, pose with a wheelbarrow full of leaves, or push a wheelbarrow full of pumpkins.
9. Posing with a hay bale
Something in the hay bale just screams and falls. A great way to spice up your photo shoot if you have access to a few. You can sit on one, lean against it, or use it to frame the background.
10. Get lost in the corn maze
Who doesn’t like a good corn maze? Maximize the time you spend searching for the exit by taking an impromptu photo shoot in the maze. Have a friend take a picture of you walking towards the camera through the maze. The maze provides the perfect backdrop and naturally composes your photo.let me corn children Inspire you or ask for some more PG. Either way, these photos are sure to be a hit.
11. Incorporate a smoke bomb
Incorporating smoke bombs into your fall photography takes your photography to the next level, but with caution. Throw a smoke grenade inside the jack o’lantern to make smoke come out of the hole, or hold it in your hand to add a pop of color to your photos. Of course, choose autumn colors like orange, yellow, red, and purple.
12. Show off your shoes
If you have a bad hair day or just want to show off your cute new boots, this is the idea for you. . Simply take a picture of your feet standing next to the item you want in the picture. Instead of using leaves, you can also strategically place pumpkins or some mummies on the ground.
13. Posing with celebratory food
Food is another great prop for your fall photo shoot. Some of the most photogenic fall foods include caramel and candy apples, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and hot him drinks like apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes. Not only will you get great Instagram content, but you’ll also enjoy a delicious fall treat.
14. Cover your face with leaves
If you’re lucky enough to find the perfect autumn foliage, you’ll have to show it off to all your followers. Once you find a leaf, just stretch your arms out for the leaf and you’ll be ready to take some great pictures. The leash covers your face, but everyone can see your cute costume.
15. Hit the Beach
That is correct! You might not think of spending time at the beach when the weather gets cooler, but it’s a beautiful backdrop for family photos all year round. In addition, the light is beautiful in autumn.
16. Involve grandparents
Of course, grandpa and grandma love to take pictures of their loved ones. But this year, join us for a photo shoot. Everyone cherishes their memories.
17. Ride a bike
This idea is perfect for active families and couples. Find a road with beautiful autumn leaves and go for a ride. Have a friend or photographer take action shots along the way. Bonus: I’ve never heard a “boredom” complaint from my kids.
18. Support your feet by the fire
This is a really simple idea. You don’t have to worry about finding the perfect outfit or getting your hair done. Have everyone in your family wear festive stockings and support their feet by the fire.
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