from the 2015 - 15TH ROUND
of the Photography Scavenger Hunt!!!
What you are about to experience
over the course of the next 10 days is pretty awesome.
We play a game - 500 photographers and myself - a photography scavenger hunt.
What is the scavenger hunt?
Only the most inspiring, creative and fun way to learn your camera, push your limits, experiment, and shoot things in ways you didn't think you could.
I host this event a few times a year for anyone of any level of photography to participate.
I open the game up to 500 Photographers
I give you 10 items to shoot
I give you a period of time to shoot and enter your photos.
Then I have them judged by amazing photographers
I then open the albums up to the public - every morning over the course of 10 days.
There are 10 categories:
This is the first - the "*RISK*" album.
This event is an amazing way to use your camera in new ways.
It gets you seeing things in new ways,
It helps improve your photography skills,
gives you a huge audience,
and let's everyone celebrate each other's successes.
Make new friends,
and be a part of a community of photographers who care about each other, teach each other, and inspire one another.
The sign up for the next round of the scavenger hunt will be announced on day 10 of reveals from this round.
The group of "scavengers" that participate create a community unlike any other on G+.
Support, encouragement friendships even some #huntsmack is enjoyed.
We become a family over the course of the month.
This is a negative-free zone - I have zero tolerance for any critiques that are uninvited.
Please be respectful and remember that every person went out there and took the time to shoot these images
and put thought into them and tried their best.
As always, I am proud of every single one of you.
(NONE of the images were taken by ME - this is a collection of images taken by multiple photographers participating in the scavenger hunt. All copyrights apply)
With that - I present to you the "*RISK*" album,
1 item seen in 233 different ways.
(album cover image by )
My Father put my first camera in my hands. His. A German Exacta. My first "Assignment" - age 12. Family vacation. We swept over a mountain pass, I saw the Tetons for the first time. I could hardly hold in my astonishment. "Praise God Praise God I cried, even as I ran a clicked. Though I tried not to shake, cause it was Kodachome 25!
I am currently working on a poem, but my father fanned in me a great love of music, art, adventure ,and the natural world. Thanks Dad, for your rich legacy in my life.
- State of ArkansasPhotographer, present
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