Portfolio Update: Boo To You!

Disney fans may recognize that bit in the title of today’s post as a reference to the name of the Halloween themed parade they put on at the Magic Kingdom during “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party“.    One of my favorite events they do in Orlando.  That leads up to today’s portfolio update: “Halloween!” and a look at some of the images I have in my portfolio at Stocksy United, the artist owned co-op photo agency.

First up is a brand new series of images featuring a mother and her kids out trick or treating.  The young boy is dressed as a mummy, and the toddler girl is a princess.  This set has both posed, and more “spur of the moment” type shots.  The processing is very natural.  No crazy overdone filters here.  Lots of copyspace in some, for easy text drop in.  There are about a dozen online, with more to come.

stock photo: little girl trick or treating on halloween

stock photo: parent taking halloween photo of boy

stock photo: dad pulling halloween kids

The next series, new to Stocksy, is from two years ago.  It’s a group of older kids Halloween night, also trick or treating.  There’s a pirate, vampire, witch and 60’s girl.  They do some posed shots, good for advertising Halloween events, like trunk or treat parties.  There are also more unstaged images, sitting on the curb, looking at their goodies.  These kids are cute, cute, and these images would help promote any Halloween themed event.

stock photo: toddler and parent on Halloween

stock photo: kids on Halloween looking at candy

stock photo: trick or treating

The last set of images are new this year.  A series of themed backgrounds, super easy to add any copy to.  These work great for newspaper ads, for example, with lots of space to detail an event.  They include lollipops, candy corn, colored lights, and more.

stock photo: halloween candy background

stock photo: candy corn background

stock photo: halloween lights background

Plus, I’ve got another entirely new Halloween series coming online in the next few days.  I’ll detail that one next week.  For now, you can see all the images from my Halloween collection at this link.  Stocksy has some great user interface components like that, where you can see all the images from one session, or on one theme.  These galleries are showcased at the bottom of the image detail pages.  So, you can sort of leap from image to image by using these gallery carousels, or check out the entire set on one page.  Pretty cool.  Thanks for stopping by today!

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