We’re thrilled to be able to offer free tips to those photography enthusiasts looking to take advantage to the amazing photo opportunities that the holiday offers.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
This week, the New York Institute of Photography released their annual update on tips for capturing Halloween moments with your camera. Long a part of NYIP’s free photography articles, “How to Take Great Halloween Pictures” was rereleased to the public this week when NYIP’s newsletter subscribers got a sneak peak at the latest version.
Below is an excerpt from the article:
"Be sure to take some Halloween pictures of your favorite creature with and without the mask. That way in future years everyone will be able to identify the little devil behind the mask, and this year you may be able to use the picture for your holiday card. After all, if all you take is a picture of your nephew dressed and masked as Spiderman or one of the Fantastic Four, viewers won't know who's under that mask.
"The same Halloween photo tips go for portraits of adults in costume, only you don't have to get down so low to be at eye-level. But don't forget the possibility of bending low or even lying down to make the monster look taller and scarier."
Click the link to read the full “How to Take Great Halloween Pictures” article.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer free tips to those photography enthusiasts looking to take advantage to the amazing photo opportunities that the holiday offers,” said Chuck DeLaney, NYIP’s Director.
The New York Institute of Photography offers three great home-study photography courses. Founded in 1910, NYIP is the oldest and largest photography school in the world, having successfully trained thousands of photographers over more than 100 years. Located in the heart of the art capital of the world, New York City, NYIP brings high quality photography education straight to its students’ doors. NYIP is owned and operated by Distance Education Co., LLC, with two sister schools also located in Manhattan, the Sheffield School and the New York Institute of Career Development.