Haunted Attraction Photography by Christopher Hall
Castle of Horror  (2009-10-17)
I spent the first part of this night trying to get scare pictures in the latter half of Cannibal Creek. This was a workout! I followed a group from the zombie area all the way to the beaked six-appendage monster, then hurried back down to do it again. I must have walked several miles doing this! At one point, a group took off running at the country scene. I ran to follow and pass them, but they saw me and ran even harder. I paused at the top part of the stairs and they slowed--right in time for the next person to scare them! Good timing.
I included a few black and white shots of the zombies again. For contrast, I included one character color shot so you can see the difference it makes. Pretty interesting lesson I've been learning.
Finally, you'll see a couple sky and star shots. This attraction is situated in a part of the area that doesn't have much light pollution at all. This enabled me to get some pictures of the starry sky, something I haven't been able to do (or consider doing, rather) at any other attraction to date. Quite the nice effect.
This album is part of Christopher Hall's Haunted Pictures collection.
Pictures:  49.     Some edited & all watermarked.
  Lightbox Slides ("P"revious, "N"ext, and e"X"it.)

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