Photographic Scavenger Hunt

- Downtown Billings -


Wednesday, May 11, 20167pm until 9pm


Meet under SkyPoint, Broadway & 2nd Ave N, from 6:45 to 7pm to pick up your list of subjects to find and shoot. (Don't be late!)


Take your list and hunt for good photo-

graphs of as many items listed as you

wish. Take a friend or go solo.


Boundaries for the hunt will be:


                North:  4th Ave. N

                South:  Montana Ave.

                East:  N 23rd St.

                 West:  N 30th St.



Remember to use good composition, 

informed choice of depth of field, sharp

focus unless deliberate blur is preferable.

Find an original treatment of your subject.


Send us your 4 best images

by June 1, to be shown at the 

meeting June 7. This is not a contest, just a chance to have some fun and show off your work!


First Tuesday of every month, 

September through June, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.





Meeting place:


Billings Public Library

Community Room


Turn left upon entering the building via south door from parking lot


This year's competition

due dates

Abandoned - Due Oct 1

Converging Lines - Due Dec 1


LonelyDue Jan 1


PSA PID Open, Rnd 2Feb 1


Glennie Nature Salon -

Due Feb 15


Still Life - Due Mar 1


PSA PID Open, Rnd 3 - Apr 1


BCC Monthly Meeting –

Tuesday, Apr 7, 2020,


PSA PID Open Rnd 3 images due by midnight Wednesday, April 1. 

All submissions made from Image Submission page


Here are competition critiques, scores  & placings.

(click to open)


"Lonely" competition  Critiques available here

"Abandoned" in-club competition - Slideshow of images and critiques may be accessed here.

"Converging Lines" in-club completion - Critiques and slideshow available here.

PSA PID, Round 1 Scores - Gallery of images picked may be seen here.

PSA PID, Round 2 Scores - Gallery of entries with scores may be seen here.


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