Better Fuji Photos Episode 2: The Photography Scavenger Hunt!
Scavenger hunts aren't just games! This is something that I do with all of my photography students during photo walks. It doesn't just make it fun and give them something to do, but it challenges them and produces results.
Having something like this when you go out with your camera serves two purposes:
1) It serves as a prompt when you have the photographer's version of writer's block. When you just don't know what to capture photos of. This list will give you ideas.
2) It helps you learn how to see these compositional elements that can make your photographs more interesting. It trains your brain for the long game.
Download this list in the link below and either print it out as a 4x6 index card to carry in your camera bag, save it to your phone, or adapt your own list out of it.
Scavenger hunt PDF: https://photocourses.link/list
Check out the Community & Courses included in the Fujifilm Photographer Membership: https://photocourses.link/fujimembers. Use the code "POD20" for 20% off your first three months after your free three-day trial period.
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