Found some sites for Hallowe'en photography tips HERE and HERE. I like the reminder to be IN as many photos as possible – too often the photographer gets "left out" of the pics (speaking from experience). This is often not discovered until said photographer is then trying to scrapbook the event/photos, and realizes that they have none of themselves. I have a whack of pictures from our trip to Disneyland and I think I appear in two of them.
Another great tip – even if you're not thrilled with how you are appearing these days (and let's face it, we're usually our own worst critics) – it's still good to be in the photos. One friend pointed out that up until a while ago, the only photos of her showed her hiding behind her hand. Not very memorable for herself or for her family (nor very scrapbook-worthy LOL).
In the meantime, I share with you a photo from a few years ago. Remember – even if your photo isn't technically perfect, it can still capture the moment and the memories! I like to take photos in the same spot each year to show the changes and growth. The little ghost here is definitely a bit bigger now! All right – back to the jobs at hand….now where did I put the rest of that candy??!!