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50 Fall Photography Ideas Checklist

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If you’re looking for wonderful fall photography ideas, you’ll adore this photography checklist of 50 ideas for capturing family memories in the fall!

Fall is the optimum season to photograph family traditions and to capture the exquisite beauty of nature. Check out this delightful list and see if you can capture all 50 of these fab-fall moments.

50 Fall Photography Ideas Checklist

Fall Photography Checklist
Source: Nations Photo Lab

50 Family Photo Ideas for Autumn

1. Roasting Pumpkin Seeds
2. Decorating the House with Fall Decorations
3. Jumping in a pile of leaves

4. Visiting a Fall Festival
5. Watching a Halloween parade
6. Visiting a pumpkin patch
7. Putting on new fall boots
8. Baking an Apple Pie
9. Volunteering for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
10. Cozying up under a blanket
11. Going on a family hike

50 Fall Photography Ideas Checklist
12. Doing a leafy craft together
13. Making S’mores by a bonfire
14. Having a Picnic
15. Knitting scarves or hats
16. Going on a Hayride (haunted or not!)
17. Breaking out the sweaters from storage
18. Enjoying the first festive-flavored coffee of the season
19. Driving through Fall foliage

20. Visiting a Farmers market
21. Making your own place card for Thanksgiving Dinner
22. Donating to a local food bank
23. Setting the table for Thanksgiving dinner
24. Cheering on your favorite football team
25. Working on a school project together
26. Stocking up on Halloween Candy


27. Playing catch outside in the yard
29. Gathering with multiple generations of the family
30. Dressing up in Halloween Costumes
31. Eating dinner by candlelight
32. Flying an American flag in the crisp fall wind
33. Cooking a family recipe together
34. Carving Pumpkins

35. Preparing Thanksgiving dinner
36. Watching the Sunset
37. Planting bulbs for springtime
38. Going for a bike ride
39. Enjoying a cup of hot chocolate


40. Making your own Turkey themed decorations
41. Hanging a fall wreath on the front door
42. Dancing to “The Monster Mash”
43. Running through a corn maze
44. Watching a Spooky Halloween Movie
45. Preparing for a School play
46. Picking apples in an orchard

47. Writing the kids names using leaves
48. Walking through the Fall’s first frost
49. Going to a Haunted House
50. Go Trick or Treating



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