Halloween photography tips- pumpkin
1. Design and carving: Make holes as big as possible so more candlelight can get out.
2. Lighting: Try adding flashlight to avoid smoke. If you use candles, cut a hole on top back to act as a chimney.
3. Camera: Hold it as steady as possible (best with a tripod and shutter release remote control).
4. Best time to shoot: At dusk when the sun is setting to get enough natural light.
5. Add cute kids to the scene.
6. Lastly, eat the pumpkin to improve your health.
1. Pumpkins are native to North America.
2. Pumpkins are the state fruit of New Hampshire.
3. Most pumpkins are produced in Illinois.
4. The biggest pumpkin ever is Ron Wallace (1,502 lbs).