How About A Scavenger Hunt For World Photography Day

Today is World Photography Day, so I thought I’d give you a special scavenger hunt list for it from the Photography Assignment Generator App

While you are out and about today, photograph things that are:

OVAL
DISRUPTIVE
OVERLOOKED
TRADITIONAL
HAPPY
CLOSED
UPGRADED
FLOATS
SOCIAL
NATURAL
OPEN
BLUE
MAD
CHEAP
HAIRY
ELECTRONIC
SAFE
SHOUTS
SIMILAR
COLD

One idea for TRADITIONAL in honor of world photography day…
Why not pull out an old film camera…and photograph it!
Or maybe some old film? It would create some great lines and contrast all bunched up/rolled together. 
Photograph them using different angles of light, maybe a different background. 
Use your macro to focus in close on details on the cameras.

And some verse to visual(illustrate the song lyrics, poem, or quote with your photograph) relating to photography!

“everything looks worse in black and white” Kodachrome, Paul Simon
“There are no bad pictures; that’s just how your face looks sometimes.” supposedly attributed to Abraham Lincoln…not really sure on that…

Noel Chenier

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I hope you find these tips useful!
If so, it would be awesome if you would check out my Photography Assignment Generator Apps on the app store, a unique photography app that’s meant to inspire you to take great photos!

Perfect for anyone taking part in a Photo 365 challenge, there are over a hundred individual assignments and hundreds of thousands of potential random ones. Versions available for iPhone/iPod and iPad, including free versions so you can try them out! Full details, including reviews and tour videos of the apps can be found at www.learnphoto.ca/apps Even if you only download the free version that would help get it up the app store lists!

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