🙂 This can be taken a couple of different ways and you can either read the previous answer or… The best times of the day will be at dawn and an hour or two before sunset. Between these times you will find tons of fall colors but if they are in bright sunlight your camera may record them as washed out due to the brightness of the sun and its overhead position. If it’s an overcast day with a little mist then you may find that the colors are more saturated and this means that you can add the time period outside of dawn and sunset to your shooting times.
but people call me Jeff Foliage.
I have several pages that I write blogs for such as: http://www.4cornersnewengland.com/
My most popular blog is for Leaf peepers: Jeff Foliage.com.
I live in Salem, Massachusetts and work as a blogger and Travel Photographer. I'm also the founder of the New England Photography Guild.
Feel free to visit me on my blogs and see what life in New England is like.
I started with Yankee Magazine as their first blogger on everything fall foliage. Now I blog on my own blog on my favorite subject, telling leaf peepers where the fall foliage is showing up in New England and helping them (to some extent) plan their fall foliage vacations.