Halloween can be a frightful experience with a compact camera. How do you get good shots under the most difficult photography conditions?
Your best friend, regardless of the camera you're using, is a setting called Nighttime Portrait or Party. You'll find one or both of these in your Scene modes. They are perfect for evening Halloween shoots, whether you're outside trick or treating, or inside at a spooky gathering.
In this podcast I tackle Halloween shooting and provide tips for every type of camera, from simple compact to DSLR.
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Monthly Photo Assignment
Feet is the Oct. 2009 Photo Assignment. Shoes, bare feet, paws, manmade objects, my gosh there are so many possibilities. You can read more about how to submit on our Member Participation page. Deadline for entry is Oct. 31, 2009.
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