10.30.2015

Photo Tip Friday: How to Photograph Ghosts, Part 2

by Mary Denman    @MaryDenman

Photo 1: Guess how this was done.
Today's tips are part 2 of how to photograph ghosts. Last week, I explained about needing a trip-pod, using a high aperture value, and using a longer exposure. A link to that post will be at the end of today's post. 

This week, I'll show you a couple of other ways to create ghostly pictures for Halloween and how to use long exposures to make people do a double take at your photos!

I'm not going to tell you how I took the shot I used here (photo 1). But after reading the post, offer your best guess as to how I did it. The only change was the color. I made it sepia post processing, otherwise, this is straight out of my camera.

Let's get started with learning how to photograph ghosts.

10.27.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Shades of Fall

by Mary Denman   @MaryDenman

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! 

This Friday, I'll do photo tips on how to take GHOST SHOTS, PART 2!
Here's a link to How to Take Ghost Shots, Part 1 

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10.20.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Fall Colors

by Mary Denman   @MaryDenman

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! 

This Friday, I'll do photo tips on how to take ghost shots! 

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Here are a couple of shots from the mountains and the fall leaves!


10.13.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Mountain Stream and Fall Leaves

by Mary Denman   @MaryDenman

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday! 

My apologies for sporadic blogging.
We've been working on getting the house ready for crutches and my daughter moving downstairs after knee surgery.

Before Halloween, I'll do photo tips on how to take ghost shots! 

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Anyway, here are a couple of shots from the mountains in North Carolina where the leaves are starting to turn for fall....finally! 

Enjoy!