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Top Halloween Photography Tips

It's Halloween tomorrow which is the perfect opportunity to photograph pumpkins, kids in costumes and all of the other scary, Halloween themes.

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Halloween seems to grow in popularity every year in the UK and no matter if you love it or hate it, the spooky festivities are the perfect opportunity to capture portraits, scarily-good still lifes and other eerie-themed photos. 

To give you some spooky inspiration, the COOPH team has put a Halloween photography tutorial together which features tips on lighting, the use of props, levitation photography, spooky reflections, long exposures and creating ghosts. There's also a bit with fire and creepy dolls as, after all, what's Halloween without a creep toy or two...

"In this video, COOPH photographers show you eerie tricks that will help make your photography a treat! Whether you want to show your amazing costume to the world on social media, or simply create some memories of a great night out there is a tip for you!" COOPH. 

For more inspiration, have a look at the COOPH team's Halloween photos below and don't forget to share your spooktacular images with us in the Gallery


Halloween photography


Halloween photography


Halloween photography


Halloween photography


Halloween photography

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