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Halloween is the time for dressing up, candy and a little bit of spookiness.

Capturing that holiday should be just as fun as it is to participate in. We asked the Click Pros what their best Halloween photography tips were and they more than ever chimed in!

8. Include colors

Yes, black and white may bring out a special something on Halloween images but don’t forget to play with all the vibrant colors everywhere. Tarah Beaven explains, “Halloween is colorful and so are costumes so take advantage and use it purposefully. Look for color-pop opportunities to tie-in your kiddo’s costume to the scene to give your image more impact. Look for complementary colors (colors that are opposite each on the color wheel) and analogous colors (colors that are next to each other on the color wheel).”

boy dressed like Charlie Brown for Halloween by Tarah Beaven

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