Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Old School Colors

A nice excuse to re-re-re-feature Noah Fentz' yard haunt.
I found him on

More images here.

3 comments: said...

i always loved solid colors over different parts of a haunt. it's like some 60's horror.

NoahFentz said...

Thank You Mr.Rot!

I had noticed that alot of your post are linked thru Flickr. I decided to do a little poking around there and was amazed of all the great photography. I usually just click on what you found.

Recently I find myself taking more photos. I do alot of posting on Facebook but access to the public is limited. I joined Flickr to post more of my dark photos that are not directly related to my haunt. I am just starting out but I will slowly keep adding more sets.

Its your blog that inspires me to look at the world thru a lens. You can see on my website the change. By using pictures and videos you can give your viewers a completely different haunt as opposed to the Trick or Treaters that experience your haunt first hand. I like that.

Working in NYC I have the advantage of a whole new canvas. I have been bringing a camera to work and just taking random pics. I will post them when I can.

Rot said...

I agree. Being creative with photos of a Halloween display is a great way to capture the emotions and feelings of Halloween night.
Low shots, high shots, shots through branches or grass (or ribs) can make photos FEEL like Halloween night and not just a 2D split second of it.