This time of year offers a fantastic opportunity to shoot festive, dark, and spooky images - both on the 31st October for Halloween, and on the 5th November for Bonfire Night. Whether you take part or just sit back and watch, there is no greater chance to get out your camera and begin shooting! Here is a collection of fireworks, pumpkins, spooky buildings and even ghosts to get the creative juices flowing.
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Before We Finish
Before we go, here are a few helpful tutorials that can assist with capturing amazing photos this Halloween.
To start, here is a great guide on how to shoot fireworks:
A Phototuts+ tutorial on how to use a slow shutter to create motion and ghosts:
And finally, another fantastic article on how to capture motion blur:
Thanks For Reading!
Thanks for reading, and I hope you're feeling inspired! If you have any suggestions or ideas for future roundups, please feel free to post them in the comments.
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