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Aug. 5, 2015

E201 ScareLA Prep- Christopher on Haunt Photography 101

E201 ScareLA Prep- Christopher on Haunt Photography 101

In this mini-series we'll be prepping you to attend Scare LA, and if you can't attend then you'll still get a few takeaways to practice in your own haunt!

To have show notes email to you, text "NOTES201" to 33444

Links
HauntedAttractionsPodcast:...


In this mini-series we'll be prepping you to attend Scare LA, and if you can't attend then you'll still get a few takeaways to practice in your own haunt!

To have show notes email to you, text "NOTES201" to 33444

Links
HauntedAttractionsPodcast: http://hauntedattractionspodcast.com/
IG: Haunted_Attractions
T: @hauntedpod

Rogues Hollow: http://rogueshollow.com/index.php
ScareLA: http://scarela.com/
Seminar Link: http://sched.co/3ip7
Previous Episode with Chris: http://www.hauntedattractionspodcast.com/ep05/
LA Hayride: http://losangeleshauntedhayride.com/
Haunted Attractions Magazine: http://hauntedattraction.com/

Christopher Brielmaie From Rogues Hollow Discusses His Upcoming Haunt Photography Seminar at Scare LA.

Christopher was featured in Season 1, and that episode is not only timeless, but JAM PACKED with information to improve your haunt's website and visibility. Listen here.

Christopher Brielmaier from Rogues Hollow is an industry leader in Haunted House Web Design, Photography, Graphic Design, and Video Production.

Chris has worked with haunted attractions like Pennhurst Asylum, Rob Zombie's Great American Nightmare, The Bates Motel, Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, & More!

Takeaways from this podcast:
Haunt photos are essential.
Haunt Photography is different from other kinds.
Avoid photos that are too light, too staged, and too neat.
Remember that photos represent a haunt more than anything.

Christopher's Seminar:
Haunt Photography 101 (Seminar)
Chris Brielmaier of Rogues Hollow Productions takes you through the basics of shooting photos of haunted attractions. Learn how it's different than studio or daytime photography and how to adapt and create amazing low light photos of dark scenes and scary monsters!