The Fall Season is finally here! Leaves are changing, rustling, and it is becoming a little colder at night. Autumn colors and moody tones inspire photographers on Fine Art America to create am amazing seasonal photos. We gathered some of our favorites and asked each artist to describe how their image represents the Autumn Season for them.
“As a nature photographer in New England, I rarely photograph cities or urban settings. However, long after fall colors have faded from other regions such as the White and Green Mountains, areas such as Boston and the coastal plain offer a last glimpse of autumn’s beauty. This image was taken during a walk along the Charles River on a pleasant mid-November day. A polarizing filter and the tree that frames the scene helped balance the exposure under a bright, cloudless sky.”- John Burk
“Fall for me is all about warm colors and simple garden chores. I have always found raking brightly colored leaves relaxing and pleasant for all senses – there is the rustling sound, the earthy smell, crunchy texture, and delightful color palette. I think this simple photo expresses these feelings well.”- Elena Elisseeva
“The image represents the beginning of the fall season, or Autumn as it is called here in the UK. Autumn brings those vibrant colours in nature and for us presents plenty of
great photographic opportunities.” – Amanda Elwell