Valentine’s Day Themed Photo Ideas

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Here are some Photo 365 assignments on the theme of love.


So from my Learn Photo365 Photo Assignment Generator apps  some verse to visual assignments.  Use your camera to document these song lyrics about love!

“All you need is love”
“Love is all around us”
“Love hurts”
“Lovers in a dangerous time”
“Will you still need me, will you still feed me…when I’m sixty-four”

Other fun things:
-Candies up close
Get out the heart shaped candies and have some fun get up close with your macro. Do they have cute little writings on them?  Even better.
-Candy Shapes
Take cinnamon hearts and make and interesting design with them.
-Chocolates
Close up shots, nice arrangements…taking a bite…lots of options!

PORTRAITS OF PEOPLE IN LOVE

Photograph a couple you know who are madly in love with each other. Ask them why they love each other, get inspiration from that. Try some posed portraits of them together, or maybe some natural ones of them interacting.


MORE IDEAS BELOW!

I hope you find these tips useful!
If so, it would be awesome if you could download the free version of my LearnPhoto365 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!


 

WHAT IS LOVE?

Think about what love really means to you, or think of different examples of love around us and take a photograph to illustrate that. So it could be something you love (a place). Or the way your dog/cat greets you when you come home. A hug. A kiss. A nice thing someone does for someone else

SCAVENGER HUNT IDEAS

Heart shapes
Together
Where You Met Your True Love
Your First Kiss
Red
Lost Love
Forever
Crossed
The Place You Proposed
Where You Shared Your First Kiss
Puppy Love
Ribbon

Happy shooting on Valentine’s Day!

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