- Cindy Ellis
When carving pumpkins, the bigger the mouth and eyes the better. We want to maximize the amount of light coming from these openings.
Cut off the flash.
Avoid camera shake by using a tripod and self timer.
Darken the room or shoot at dusk to enhance the pumpkin's glow.
Experiment with bracket exposure when using a digital SLR
Experiment with your point and shoot using scene modes like sunset, silhouette, or night landscape.
Experiment with HDR modes on your mobile phone and cameras.
If your candle does not generate enough light, try a flashlight.'
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