Illinois Photographer Puts YOU in Your Favorite Horror Movie!

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jason-voorhees-horror-photographyAsk most people if they could see themselves in a horror movie, and most would tell you…”ahhh…heeeell nooooo!!!”. Ask a rabid horror movie fan and you might get a completely different answer. Illinois f/x artist Wayne Tuttle knows his audience and knows what they want. Wayne, and his company Lucid Nightmare Photography have been developing photography packages that puts you right in the thick of it, whether you’re looking for a little R&R on Elm St. or a brisk swim in Crystal Lake. Tuttle’s images are nothing short of photographic memories of any die-hard fan’s trip to their favorite horror movie locale, putting them front and center in the the thick of the action.

When asked about the project Tuttle said, “Well I’ve been dabbing in photography for a while. I wanted to be able to tell a story and horror is my life. So I put my directing skills together with my photography. I just love telling stores and this is a unique way of doing so.” He goes on to further say, “So I have been getting calls for shoots for like newly weds engagement photos or if its just one person or a group of friends. They pick their horror character, I write a scene or two out and run them through it,  and then we go through it again while I take the pictures. Its extremely fun and everyone has fully enjoys themselves.

Take a look for yourself below and give Tuttle a shout at his facebook page here.


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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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