Autumn is my favourite time of the year for landscape photography. In a short period of less than a couple of months, you can get rapidly developing autumn colours, misty mornings and then the first frosts. Familiar scenes take on a new and constantly changing look. It is worth visiting favourite locations several times during the autumn as the leaves change colour and then eventually disappear.
When I first arranged Autumn Photography weekends in Perthshire, about 20 years ago, I chose the third week in October as the most likely to produce the best autumn colours. After a few years I had to move it...
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 9 of Landscape Photography Magazine.