Photograph and edit your own scary Halloween portrait
It’s almost Halloween 2018 and in this project on Digital Camera World I’m showing you how to shoot and edit your very own scary halloween portrait. Pumpkins, and skulls, at the ready!
What will you need?
Fake skull (or real one, but that might get a little weird…)
A model/friend to pose
If you have a question about this project either comment below, get in touch with JasonPB here, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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