12 Tips to Capture the Fun of Halloween

12 Tips to Capture the Fun of Halloween

    1. Capture the seasonal fun There are lots of photo opportunities leading up to the big night—photograph the orange hues of fall, pumpkin patches and uncarved pumpkins on the porch, making costumes, decorating the house or lawn, carving the pumpkin, toasting the...
Halloween Photos with a Smashed Pumpkin

Halloween Photos with a Smashed Pumpkin

Well, what would you do with a smashed pumpkin? Okay, okay, I smashed it to photograph it, I admit it. I had the face shot of Alexander and decided to make it more ghoulish. I did it in PhotoShop and used layers. That part was pretty straightforward. I put my wireless...
How To Photograph A Ghost

How To Photograph A Ghost

There were many things to consider when I photographed this ghost in a graveyard, but most important for me was not getting arrested. It was 5AM. I was standing in the middle of a cemetery wearing white gloves and doing something that looked like some kind of Pee Wee...
How to Make Fun Halloween Effects in Editing

How to Make Fun Halloween Effects in Editing

I really think the kids will love this. My boys got a kick out of it and they’re fairly accustomed to having their image goofed with and displayed in public. I guess it goes with the territory of being a photo tips guy’s kid. Curves can make your little monsters even...

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