A Fresh Take on Halloween Photography
A couple of years ago I was shooting Halloween yard scenes in a street photography kind of way when I realized that I wasn’t really satisfied with what I was getting. Over the last two decades, Halloween has been transformed into a major U.S. holiday focused on lavish front yard displays that often look boringly the same down street after street.
I was trying to find a different approach—and I did, with an Olympus OM-D EM10 II fitted with an internal LifePixel Standard IR filter. Viewing Halloween displays as black & white infrared images is really different.
Most of these ghouls and goblins and the faux hideous tableaus in which they appear are heavily black — the clothes, the hats, the trappings, the accoutrements. But when shot in infrared, the black cloth shifts to bright…
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