Last Updated on 10/30/2012 by Chris Gampat
Everyone’s favorite spooktacular holiday is right around the corner. You’re also bound to be taking your camera out to capture and document the activities and people’s costumes. But if you want your photos to stand out the next day when everyone is flooding Facebook with theirs, you’ll need to try a couple of things.
Here are a couple of pointers from The Phoblographer staff.
Trade In Your Flash For Some Speedy Glass
Keep the Alcohol Away From Your Camera
Dragging The Shutter
2) The Bat-Cam. A lot of kids will go as vampires, and what fits that theme better than a bat? Below, find a picture of the “Bat-Cam.” This one also doubles nicely as the camera to bring to the next DC Comics inspired dress party.
3) The Ghost-Cam. Of course, the easiest way to disguise your camera is by making it invisible — i.e. dressing it as a ghost. Noone will notice that you’re taking any pictures, since they won’t be able to see your camera. At the outmost, you will look a little stupid with your hands up to your face and one eye closed. Below, find a picture of my Panasonic G1 made invisible and put on the same chair as in the two pictures above.
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