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Photographer Bruce Dale Captures a Halloween Festival

The exceptional work of former National Geographic photographer Bruce Dale has come together with video on the following Halloween Festival production he put together. Shot on Halloween 2010 with a Lumix FH1 and GH2 cameras with 14-140 lens, the photographer also used a 45mm f2.8 lens for some of the portraits.

The Halloween Festival was shot in the countryside of Rappahannock County, Virginia. The event was filmed on the Stone Hill Farm, with border collies, sheep, bagpipers, and a dramatic play providing the entertainment - with a symbolic "sacrifice" at dusk.

Halloween provides all photographers with a wealth of imagery to capture, from a single child's trick-or-treating escapades to parades and costumed revelry. Take your camera with you as you explore creative opportunities on Halloween eve to add some colorful and atmospheric pieces to your portfolio.


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Reader Comments (1)

i've always liked bruce's photography.
one great place to do halloween photography is to visit mexico for the 'dia de los muertos' (day of the dead) celebration on November 1-2. there are some pretty scary' people in the parades then.
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