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What is the photography scavenger hunt?
Only the most fun you can have with your camera!!
I host this event every season 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 around 2 months to shoot and enter your photos.
Then I have them judged by amazing photographers
(this round's judges were and
I then open the albums up to the public - which is this stage.
Later today I will be posting the winners from this album.
There are 10 categories: Today is the "*STEAM*" album, see previous posts for the "EMBRACE", "HUNGOVER" and "HEALTHY" albums.
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.
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 round.
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 "STEAM" album,
1 item seen in 178 different ways.
(album cover image by )
#steam #steaming #chrystaraephotographyscavengerhunt
- Lubbock Avalanche-JournalComputer Technician, 1998 - present
- Textbroker.comAuthor, 2012 - 2014Level 4 writer on textbroker.com. I write on a variety of topics including technology, the Internet and business.
- Lubbock Avalanche-JournalProduction Artist, 1993 - 1998
Herbert (Bert) Knabe Jr. is a blogger specializing in online security, privacy and intellectual property. He has long been a fan of Apple computers and occasionally writes on their products. He has been online since the mid 1980's. He has been blogging on a variety of topics including U.S. policy and online privacy/security since 2005.
He has twenty years experience in the newspaper industry, initially as a production artist, then as a computer technician supporting content producers. This experience gives him a strong understanding of graphic production for print and web.
Photography has long been a passion of Bert's, and he was honored to have a photo included in the PDF version of the 2011 Plus One Collection. He specializes in cell and smart phone photography. He recently started a blog for the dual purpose of sharing his photos and providing reviews and tips for aspiring cell phone photographers.
Bert lives and goes to church in Lubbock, Texas with his wife of twenty years and their five children.
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