Halloween night fell a few days back and the Halloween spirit is not out of the atmosphere yet. If you think that the Halloween hype is gone, you are wrong. Even though we passed the 31st of October and took off our Halloween costumes, it is not over, not just yet.
This is the time when people post their photos and check out what others have done on their Halloween night. It is very easy and exciting since almost everyone shares their photos and stories about their spooky night on social media platforms. This is one of the most awesome seasons to check out the creative photos that people have captured. And for photographers, this is one of the biggest events in the world to show off their creative approach to present a spooky collection of photos. Wild Empress is one of the photographers who used this chance to create something awesome and share it with the world. Scroll down to check out what she has created.
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This creepy location is known as the “Cambie Hall”. Found in the town of Sicamous, British Columbia, in Canada. Although it was initially meant to operate as a school, it did not work according to plan. Now it is left out while some people use it for social activities such as weddings and small gatherings.
But, all this photographer saw was a perfect location to shoot a spooky photo collection and that is exactly what she did! Bringing out her photography skill to create a very creepy-themed photoshoot, she ended up with a set of awesome photos that fit perfectly for Halloween.
As she mentioned in Bored Panda, the weather was gloomy, dark, and in other words: perfect for a Halloween photo. She used perspective techniques and a touch-up of photoshop to finish off her photos with bling.
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