On the evening of October 31st, I set up a foam core backdrop with one light in front of my house, shot some black and white photos, and gave out candy to neighborhood children. Normally this would be an odd (creepy?) thing to do, but it was Halloween! While I received a ton of praise by parents who couldn't wait to have free photos taken of their kids, the credit for this idea goes to a very famous photographer whom I admire greatly, Joey L. His "Halloween in Brooklyn" was the inspiration for this project. Thank you to all the parents who lined up for a photo and kindly signed the release forms. This project was a lot of fun and may lead to more Pop Up Photo Booths throughout the year. Please follow me on both Facebook and Instagram for alerts of when and where those will take place.