Digital Design Essentials So Spooky. Lobster font.
With Halloween just a day away, you are probably working on last minute preparations for costumes, treats, and/or parties. Don’t forget to prepare for the memory keeping part of the holiday as well! Make sure your cameras and phones are all charged up with enough free memory space for plenty of photos. This is also a great time to browse through some of our past posts to freshen up your photography skills and give you some ideas of what you want to capture this year. Here are some of our Halloween posts:
- This is Halloween
- Halloween Scrapbooking
- Photographing Kids at Halloween
- How to Photograph Spooky Halloween Photos
- Decorate your Photos for Halloween with PicMonkey
One of the best methods I have for getting in the Halloween spirit is looking through photos and layouts from past years. Here are a few of my favorites – all images are linked for credits.
We always go and see the witches at Gardner Village. So fun!
I love to take pictures of our porch decorations and also any neighbors houses that look festive.
For my daughter, Halloween is all about the costumes!
Our annual trips to a pumpkin patch are some of my favorite memories.
I always forget to take night pictures for Halloween, but I love having them for my pages. I’m going to go out and photograph some seasonal scenes at night this year!
Creating Flickr mosaics with Big Huge Labs is another favorite activity for me. I love finding such festive photos!
Of course, I love to look through the galleries and see what other digi scrappers are documenting. Here are some of my favorites from the Digital Scrapbook Inspiration and the Digital Pocket Scrapping Flickr groups. All images are linked for credits.
Now I feel like I’m truly ready for Halloween. I can’t wait to try out some new ideas with my photos and layouts this year!