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Halloween

Get down to your subject’s eye level to give your photo more impact. Also, as in this case, a wide angle lens makes the pumpkins look even larger compared to the small girl. I was originally drawn to this subject because her jacket matched the pumpkins so well.

Jon Canfield Tip5

Expose your pumpkin photo to take advantage of the warm candlelight, giving the image a more dramatic look. In this case, I exposed two stops under the suggested exposure.

Jon Canfield Tip6Photographs © Jon Canfield, Seattle DPA Instructor

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