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Photo Challenge

Storyboard

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This week your challenge is to create a storyboard. We did a similar storyboard challenge in 2009 but I can’t find it on this website, so I assume we covered it when Stu was running the challenge on his own website (now gone).

Your storyboard should consist of a sequence of between three and nine pictures that tell a story. If I recall correctly, most people chose six pictures. To give an idea of what we’re looking for, this is Edmund’s excellent entry from last time.

Edmund's storyboard

Edmund’s storyboard

After you’ve taken your pictures, ideally I’d like everyone to edit them together in a grid or strip. If you can’t do that, just send the individual pictures in and we’ll try and sort them out.

If you upload your picture using Flickr, please make sure that you have allowed the ability to download the photo. Jen and Rob, I had to get round Flickr’s download protection to download your entries. As I’m away and Kirsty is publishing next week, if she can’t download the pictures then they won’t make it into the results! If you’re not happy granting download permission on Flickr, you can of course email your entry in instead.

Please send your storyboards in by noon on Tuesday 8th July. Have fun with this one!

Author: Jonathan

Challenge Admin, I enjoy taking photos mostly of landscapes and architecture - but I will try anything! I mostly shoot film and I spend a lot of time in my darkroom trying to get the perfect print. I'm a sysadmin for a living and I also enjoy cycling and music technology.

6 Comments

  1. Good excuse for a walk on the beach ion my lunch hour.
    https://flic.kr/p/nUHuX7

  2. Hi! Rob, is there any possibility you could email yours in, because I can’t download it off of flickr! send it to entries@photo-challenge.co.uk please- I don’t want to miss any entries!

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