Photography Tips

Halloween photography tips- pumpkin

Halloween photography

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. Facts: 1. Pumpkins are native to North America. 2. Pumpkins are...

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