Photography Game East to West
This week's blog post is not going to line up with my YouTube channel, but make sure you check it out if you want to see the video of my adventure to a cemetery. Instead, this week's post is yet another game for your photography club. Actually, a set of games. Some of the versions of this game may not be possible or a good idea to try for the first game with your club. So, I would recommend trying just the first or last version to see how it goes. Both of them keep the game local to your City/Town.
This is a geography game that can be applied to any part of the globe. It can be a country adventure or a small town adventure. The idea is to travel across a geography with a defined starting and ending location.
So, here are some ideas to get you started.
Keep it in the City/Town:
Cross Country race
Cross City/Town Race
Review the rules above and adjust to make it your own game. These are just some thoughts to get you started.
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I am glad you found my blog. I am a photographer with a passion for awesome shots. I go to great lengths to capture many of my photos. I will re-visit a location over and over knowing there is a spectacular photo just waiting to be had if I am there at the right time. I also enjoy finding how to do some abstract projects (check out my time-lapse post) and will be writing about them.
Send me a note via my contact page for some projects you would like to see me try and write about. I am not afraid to try almost any project. Doing the obscure forces me to do things that I don't do with the typical photo shoot and helps me learn even more.
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