HOW WELL WOULD YOU DO IN 15 MINUTES?!
The last 15 minutes was an interesting one… I was challenged to complete a photo scavenger hunt. This test could be completed anywhere, but I chose to complete it in my house for reasons which include my laziness. Another reason I chose this location was, because I knew this place the best. This allowed me to manipulate my surrounding, and get as creative as possible. There were 15 possible options within the 15 minutes, but I chose to try and get creative with all of my options. I started my journey at 4:45pm on Saturday. I started out at the top of the list with something dominated by a single color. I was looking around and saw these fake apples and lemons, and obviously there were more lemons. So I surrounded the green apple with yellow lemons. The amount of yellow greatly outweighed the green. I then moved on to an unusual angle. I tried finding some kind of curved piece of wood, and saw the wine glass holder. I focused my camera on the glass to blur the wood holder. Next, I new exactly what I was going to do to make an inanimate object look alive. The silver toy rocks back and forth due to weight distribution. Like the last one, I knew exactly what I was going to do. I had create a picture with a metaphor. I just simply made my dog sit like a human! Finally I had to take a picture in the opening of something and tried to get really artistic on this one. I am most proud of this one.
After finishing at 5:00pm, I forgot to take the picture at the end which explains the 2 added minutes ( :/ ). This experience was a fun one that I thoroughly enjoyed throughout the whole 15 minutes. I wish I could of done more within the time restraint, but I am happy with the effort I displayed on the ones I completed. Here is the challenge if you want to try aswell—
- Take a photo dominated by a single color.
- Take a photo of an interesting shadow.
- Take a photo of something futuristic.
- Take a photo at an unusual angle, e.g. looking looking up at something or looking down at something, or from the view of an ant.
- Take a photo into bright light.
- Take a photo of someone else’s shoe or foot.
- Make an inanimate object look alive.
- Make a photo that uses converging lines to draw us into the photo
- Take a photo of two things that do not belong together.
- Take a photo that shows a repeating pattern.
- Take a photo where you move the camera as you take the photo, so it gives the subject a suggestion of motion.
- Take a photo that is looking through a frame or opening to something else.
- Take a photo that represents joy.
- Make a photo that is abstract, that would make someone ask, “Is that a photograph?”
- Take a photo that represents a metaphor for complexity.