Haunted Attraction Photography by Christopher Hall
Spookywoods  (2007-10-11)
This shoot marks the first time my new EOS 40D and 10-22mm ultra wide angle lens were used.  Now I'm not the one who believes equipment makes too much difference, but... ah... well... it did for this shoot.  Mixed in with the shots are only four pictures taken with my old 10D and normal lens.  The rest of the time, I used my wide angle one to full effect.  And this shoot only happened because I had most of the attraction already documented between this year and the last.  When you're trying to get pictures of everything, such shots as the ones you see toward the end of this album are too time consuming to set up and get right.  Not only must you not have customers going through and interrupting the shot, you must also have actors who are really into character and want to work with you to create these shots.  If it wasn't for them and how talented they are (at holding still, too), I could have never had a chance to bring you some killer shots.

Enjoy this album, everyone!  I certainly did while creating it!  From here on out, I will be photographing other attractions, but will return to Spookywoods around Halloween.

This album is part of Christopher Hall's Haunted Pictures collection.
Pictures:  59.     Some edited & all watermarked.
  Lightbox Slides ("P"revious, "N"ext, and e"X"it.)

These pictures are copyright me, and are authorized for publishing only to the Spookywoods web site (and other private MySpace-type sites). Please do not publish, distribute, print, sell, direct link, repost, copy, or otherwise reuse my pictures without my explicit permission.