Getting Creative with Objects Found In and Around the Home – Free Quick Guide

Have you been ‘stuck’ at home a lot lately?

Don’t answer. We already know. The good news is that there are numerous creative projects that you can accomplish with your camera right in your own home.

We asked author and photographer Tobie Schalkwyk to give us some ideas on playing with our cameras while staying home.

Here is what he came up with!

  • Photographing water splashes (a very hot subject lately)
  • Mixing water and oil (again a hot topic)
  • Creating a pillow fight action sequence (that sounds like fun)
  • Limiting yourself to only one focal length (that stretches your creativity)
  • Kids and a water sprinkler action shoot (lots of fun)
  • Birds in your yard (we all love that topic)
  • Shooting the elements (interesting!)

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Photo Credit: David Chesterfield

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