Now is a great time to plan your fall color photo adventure, so we’ve collected some of our best travel guides and tips for successful autumn foliage photography around the country. No matter where you live, there’s a location not too far from home to experience the brilliant hues and unique atmosphere of the season.
Vermont-based photographer Kurt Budliger offers his top 10 tips for successful fall photography, from camera settings and technical advice to creative use of light and composition. Read more.
Readers of Outdoor Photographer share their top spots in the U.S. for fall travel, including iconic locations and some lesser-known destinations. Read more.
New Hampshire’s White Mountains offer stunning fall foliage photographic opportunities that attract visitors from around the world. Read more.
Local pro nature photographer and gallery owner Henry Holdsworth takes you on a tour of his favorite areas in and around Grand Teton National Park. Read more.
The high plateaus of southern Utah contain some of the most spectacular displays of fall color in America. James Kay reveals where to go. Read more.
The Sierra Nevada mountains in California offer dramatic backdrops and the potential for an extended season of autumn photography. Read more.
Top locations for fall color in West Virginia, all within a day’s drive of the large metropolitan areas in the Mid-Atlantic region. Read more.
Explore the Great Lakes State in the season of color and light with local father-and-son experts Todd and Brad Reed. Read more.
A turn-by-turn guide to experiencing Colorado’s spectacular fall color displays by Colorado-based pro photographer Glenn Randall. Read more.
Suggested places to find picturesque views in this iconic region for fall color. Read more.