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Photography Scavenger Hunt @ the Homewood Branch

Take a photo of a teen member acting out an adult book.

Find a movie you know and act out the cover.

Do a cool photo!

Balance books on your head and try not to drop them!


Take a picture from an unusal perspective
Mecia as a "begger"

Act out the picture on the cover of a young adult book, and have someone hold the book so we can compare.

Take a photo of the team appearing relaxed.

Make a funny face!

Make everyone look big

Do exactly what the sign says.

Take a photo that is blurry; no running

Combine two or more books/magizine/CD titles to make a funny or interesting sentence.

Us looking small
Take a picture with the team appearing small.
We are hidden

Can you see us? -take a picture, but hard to see

Take a picture of the team laughing at someone.

Hello, we are the teen volunteers of the Homewood Carnegie library. This summer we had a project called a photo scavenger hunt where we took pictures following the directions we were given on an assignment paper. We had a lot of fun and learned new things about each other! Although this was such a hard challenge, we laughed our way through it because it was one of the most exciting things we did while volunteering here at the Homewood Branch.

One Response

  1. To the Homewood Teen Volunteers: You did a great job with your Photography Scavenger Hunt! Very, very creative! Thanks for sharing it.

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