Chris II

As Halloween approaches I know there are those of you who desire to shoot some ghoulish images. I thought I would have some fun and share some tips from the set. You see I shoot crime scenes all year round and have acquired some techniques I’d love to share. Editor’s Note: The following photos are […]

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Malcom

I’m a huge advocate of creating depth in a photograph. One of the ways is to use a back light or at times referred to as a hair light when shooting talent. Some of the challenges I might have are when the talent has blonde or gray / silver colored hair. I’ll lose hair detail […]

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Looking for a spooky image makeover?  Let’s get into the Halloween spirit and learn how to easily carve your name on a tombstone in Photoshop.  To do this we’ll use Layer Styles and an optional filter.  This technique can also be applied in many other instances to create etched or carved lines. Disclaimer: This is […]

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Post by Joe Farace – Follow Joe on Twitter This time of year, one of my favorite portraiture tips is to ask subjects to bring their Halloween costumes to the shoot. Sure they can bring their regular clothes too, but this is a fun set to shoot in addition to what they already had placed […]

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Make sure you don’t miss a single Photofocus post – point your feed reader to the free Photofocus RSS Feed here and subscribe. Post & Photo by Joe Farace – Follow Joe on Twitter People love to take pictures of their kids and their pets. When it comes to dogs dressed up for Halloween, everybody […]

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