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Pics in the Parks: Challenge 11 - Motion

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Parks and Recreation

Our weekly photography clinic, perfect for social distancing, has weekly challenges to help you hone and improve your photography skills.

Theme:

Motion

Goals:

Crisp photos can capture something in motion frozen in time. A little bit of blur of a person or thing in motion can tell the story of what that thing is doing. Try to take a photograph that shows that object in motion in order to let the motion tell the story of what is happening.  If you are using a smartphone you can loop or bounce your photos. If you are putting something on Instagram, you can boomerang it!

Challenge:

Take a photo of something in motion. (A person playing sports, a leaf blowing in the wind, an animal.)

Submit your photo to be included in our digital photo gallery by emailing steve.kruszkowski@boston.gov. Submissions may be used for future Boston Parks and Recreation Department marketing purposes.

MORE INFORMATION:

PICS IN THE PARKS