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    Autumn Aesthetic Instagram Ideas

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    Lucy
    View of Oktoberfest 2023 from the top of the ferris wheel

    As the leaves change colors and we approach the fall season, it’s time to transition our Instagram feeds from the bright and beachy vibes of summer to the warm and cozy feeling of fall. 

    The fall Instagram feed is all about the warmer hue of colors and everything pumpkin spice. Yafu Yu (10) a student at YLHS stated, “Fall is the perfect weather for sweater season and to get the perfect aesthetic pictures “ To make the transition of seasons seamless for your page here are some inspirations for your next post.

    Fall is the perfect weather for sweater season and to get the perfect aesthetic pictures

    — Yafu Yu (10)

    The “Autumn Aesthetic” is perfect for earthy tones and embracing the colder weather. To start, you could adjust your photo editing style. In an attempt to create a softer, more muted look, it is advised to reduce the brightness and saturation of photos. This can be done in the Photos app on all iPhones. Or for a more straightforward route, you can find free filters on VSCO or Instagram that offer the warm tones you’re looking for. The color schemes of Autumn are also the perfect time to post film pictures as they give off a vintage nostalgic look.

    Finding post ideas can be difficult, as there seem to be endless options and often popular Pinterest photos are hard to replicate. So when in doubt just remember sweaters are your best friend in the fall season. Throw on a simple sweater and some boots: Boom you have the perfect outfit for a photo. Maybe include what shops sell the best fall items.

    Going on a hike could quickly help you capture the colorful leaves of the season. 

    Additionally to nature, every fall there’s a huge pumpkin craze, whether it’s pumpkin spice lattes or a homemade pumpkin pie, pumpkin is definitely the plant of the season. Stopping by your local pumpkin patch and getting a shot there is a simple and fun post idea. 

    Fall festivals also make for a fun time and aesthetic pictures. One local Fall Fest is Oktoberfest, hosted every year at the St.Martin de Porres Catholic Church in our hometown of Yorba Linda, California. With great food and lots of carnival games and rides, it’s a great place to hang out with your friends and family and take a few photos while you’re at it. This year the dates for Oktoberfest are September 29th to October 1st. Another fun stop for a photo is Lavender Nights at 123 Farm in Cherry Valley, California. With an open field of endless lavender lights and plenty of LED lights, it makes the perfect location for a fall Instagram photo.

    There are endless ways you can shift the season of your Instagram feed. The above are the only ideas to take inspiration from. 

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    Lucy Lu, Photojournalist
    Lucy Lu is a sophomore at Yorba Linda High School. This will be her second year writing for The Wrangler. She is a part of YLHS cheer and is involved in many different clubs on campus. In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking, and binging Netflix shows. Her favorite places include the mall and the beach. In the future she aspires to attend university and law school. Lucy is so excited to see what this year will have in store! 

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