Unsplash partners with The Histographer to bring Autumn photography

Autumn colours and beautiful photography

Alisa Anton | Download free on Unsplash

Alisa Anton | Download free on Unsplash

Autumn is one of my favourite seasons. I mean, who doesn't love pumpkin spiced lattes and the beautiful colours from leaves falling from trees?

To celebrate this season, we decided to team up with The Histographer to create a photo collection around the concept of 'Autumn is here'. We want to see your photos of coffee shops, heavy sweaters and colourful leaves - or anything that gives you that wonderful sense of nostalgia this time of year.

Here’s some inspiration to get you started. 

Shelby Deeter | Download free on Unsplash

Shelby Deeter | Download free on Unsplash

Jakob Owens | Download free on Unsplash

Jakob Owens | Download free on Unsplash

Andrew Neel | Download free on Unsplash

Andrew Neel | Download free on Unsplash

Brooke Cagle | Download free on Unsplash

Brooke Cagle | Download free on Unsplash


How to contribute to The Histographer’s Curated Collection

Submit a photo to Unsplash and check the ‘Autumn is here’ option to indicate you’d like it to be considered for the collection. All photos must be submitted by October 17th, 2017 at midnight EST.

You may submit as many photos as you wish. All photos must comply with Unsplash’s Photo Submission Guidelines, and are licensed under the Unsplash License which means they can be used for anything for free.

After your photo is submitted to Unsplash, it will be reviewed for approval by the Unsplash Editorial team, based on the guidelines above. The approved photos will show up on the The Histographer's collection page, and updated every 48 hours.

The Unsplash Editorial team, with the help of The Histographer, will then select 10 featured photos from that collection.

These 10 contributors will be:

  • Featured in the Unsplash Curated email that gets sent to the Unsplash community.
  • Featured on the Unsplash homepage which is seen by more people than the cover of the New York Times.
  • Featured on Unsplash’s InstagramFacebook and Twitter accounts.

It feels great to hear from our community in Slack (which you can join for free) or on Twitter / Instagram / Facebook. Thanks to everyone who takes the time to recognize the awesome people that make up our community.

— Steph and the Unsplash squad

Annie Spratt