Halloween Photography Tips:
I only have one...don't expect great shots of your two year old subject unless perhaps he's asleep and then you can do a photomerge of an awake face with the sleeping closed eyed face! HAHA!
Seriously...I had read all these blogs and photography sites on how to get perfect shots. Like take them during the day in natural light.
Here's one in natural light:
Cute hand, huh? We were just practicing but AG decided to play the part of a star being hounded by paparazzi.... hmmmm....
And here are a few IJCBSO shots...which if you know AG means, "I JUST CAN'T BE STILL, OMIE!" shots.
Then we went outside...."David, look at Omie...she wants to take a picture of you!". (not gonna happen just yet!). But here you get a glimpse of little Taylor in her cow costume (more of her later...she's the easy one!)
Ok, Omie...just once...
But, Omie...I just have to see that airplane!
Oh well....what can you do? HAHA...David did have a great time trick or treating. He loved that whole candy thing as you would expect. I bet he wants to go trick or treating today again!
OK..we did get a few shots of Taylor in her little cow costume.
After the trick or treating what do most children do?
Why spread their loot out on the floor to look it over....
All in all it was a very wonderful Halloween and despite not getting any really great pictures...don't worry...I'll scrap what I have and even though David will not remember this day in a few years...we will have photos to show him and tell him stories about his first trick or treating adventure!
One last shot of Taylor taken earlier in the day in a "I Love My Mummy" tshirt. Look at those beautiful eyes...
Hope your Halloween was fun and magical and just a little spooky! :)