Halloween is once again right around the corner, and with all the ghosts and goblins prowling the streets, there's no better time to fire up that camera and capture some spooky scenes. Whether you're simply taking family photos or immortalizing a professionally-produced haunted house, All Hallows' Eve is a great opportunity to practice with low light situations, dramatic lighting and creative composition. Here are a few tips and techniques to help you get the best (and creepiest) pictures possible this Halloween!
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Nikon has released a number of firmware updates for a number of digital camera models. Click "more" below for further information and download links. [More]