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22 Things You Can Photograph On A Daily Walk

If you're heading outside for your allotted exercise time today, why not take your camera with you and turn your walk into an opportunity to capture some images you might not usually. Subjects are all around you and now's the perfect time to open your eyes and look for the unexpected.

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We said we'd keep the photography inspiration coming during the UK's 'stay at home' orders and that's exactly what we're doing with today's feature that's all about filling you with inspiration for a photo walk

As part of the coronavirus guidelines, we're allowed to head out of the house once a day to stretch our legs and to give the mind a break while we run, walk, cycle... or skate? Whatever your exercise choice is, you can combine it with photography to keep the grey cells working while staying healthy. 

A photo walk will probably be easier to navigate as you'll be paying more attention to your surroundings so you'll see more and have the opportunity to capture images you may have not had the chance to before. But if you fancy capturing images with an action camera from your handlebars - go for it!

Now, make sure you do follow the rules and don't be heading off into the countryside just because you can capture more interesting photos! There's plenty to take photos of around your local area, you could even head out with a theme in mind to make your photo walk more challenging. 

You also can't go out with a group of photographers - just 1 person from your household (2m apart) so now's the perfect time to get them interested in photography, too. 

It's not just for those with DSLRs and other 'proper' cameras either as a smartphone is the perfect tool for capturing images on a photo walk with. 

Once you've captured your photo walk images, upload them to our Gallery so we can see them. Plus, you may win a Samsung Memory Card if your image is chosen as our 'Photo of the Week'. 

Enjoy your exercise, stay safe! 

P.S. Don't want to head outside at these concerning times? That's cool, we have an 'Alphabet Photography Challenge' you can take part in at home and we also have a top list of '52 things you can photograph at home'.

 

Images Captured On A Photo Walk (number 1 is up top):

 

2. Telephone Masts 

Cables and wires

 

3. Postbox 

Postbox

 

4. Fences 

Fence

 

5. Bench

Bench

 

6. Cars

Cars

 

7. Berries 

Berries

 

8. House Roof

House Roof

 

9. Buildings

Buildings

 

10. Traffic Lights

Traffic Lights

 

11. Wooden Carvings/Art

11. Wooden Carvings

 

12. Woodland 

Woodland

 

13. Doors

Doors

 

14. Leading Lines

Leading Lines

 

15. Empty Roads

Empty Road

 

16. People (2m apart)

People

 

17. Sculptures

Sculptures

 

18. Shadows

Shadows

 

19. Signs

Sign

 

20. Tree Line

Tree Line

 

21. Branches & Blue Sky

Tree Tops

 

22. Birds

Birds

 

More Photography Challenges

How about taking on a one-colour challenge? Or, for more indoor photography ideas, have a read of our  'indoor photography top list'

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