Poor lighting is perhaps the biggest photography challenge facing parents. Most people use the flash on their cameras, and this creates washed out photos with no Halloween mood whatsoever
Boone, NC (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
Halloween is a photography nightmare, creating significant challenges for those wanting to create keepsake Halloween photographs. The lighting is poor, it's tricky to capture an eerie mood, and there are a million things going on all at once. But thanks to a new series of free reports with simple Halloween photography tips from master photographers, anyone can take fantastic shots that will treat, not trick.
"Poor lighting is perhaps the biggest photography challenge facing parents. Most people use the flash on their cameras, and this creates washed out photos with no Halloween mood whatsoever," says Dr. Audri Lanford, author of '3 Little-Known Simple Tips to Help You Take Sensational Photographs This Halloween' and host of the popular weekly '7 Photography Questions' podcast. "Fortunately, there's an easy -- and free -- solution. I learned this secret from master child photographer, Vik Orenstein. I call it the 'Toilet Paper Photo Fixer,'" says Dr. Lanford.
The 'Toilet Paper Photo Fixer' involves using toilet paper to diffuse or soften the light from the flash. Parents can discover the specific 'Toilet Paper Photo Fixer' technique, plus other tips to raise photography skills to a new level in time for Halloween, including how to...
- Capture photographs at Halloween parties and during trick or treating that family and friends will treasure.
- Create a spooky, eerie mood in Halloween photographs.
- Avoid boring photos that lack energy and excitement, and instead find many fresh ideas for Halloween photographs.
- Photograph "ghosts" and create ghostly images.
Find lots of tips and suggestions for improving Halloween photographs from expert photographers by signing up free for Halloween Photography Tips.
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