Thursday, October 24, 2013

Haunted Houses

In a lead up to Halloween, I thought I'd find some good Haunted House pics on the web.

Black & White is always a good format for photographing a Haunted House. It makes the shadows deeper & more eerie.

In the old days of film, you could, in either order, under expose a picture of a person dressed in flowing garb, then take a regularly exposed picture of a staircase, window, field, whatever over the top of it. The same negative was used. This was called a double exposure. Today, it's been replaced by "Photoshopping."

Freaky trees can make a freaky house more freaky!

Color just isn't a good format for a haunted house.

1 comment:

  1. I think your picture is awesome and I think that you should look into manual digital manipulation if you are interested in creating some interesting photography without photoshop. Check out the link below to see some examples of what you can do with awesome camera manipulation.