Creative writing prompts: How to tell a story from a photo

This week: A photo of a group of men and women sitting on the floor and talking is a great starting point.

But there are plenty of others that can help tell the story in a flash. 

For starters, try to imagine the three people in the photo.

Are they sitting around, staring at each other?

Or are they talking? 

The answer to that last one depends on whether you want to show them together or separately. 

What are the characters talking about?

Are they talking about their family?

The weather?

The people who are sitting around them? 

If the characters are talking about something that doesn’t have to do with what you’re thinking about, you can use a photo of someone sitting at a desk or the floor. 

Instead of using the words “the people sitting around”, you can think of the people sitting in the room.

Or, better still, imagine them as a group. 

That’s a good way to tell the tale. 

And then there are some situations that can be a little more subtle. 

When you’re reading an article, you may be thinking, “I wonder how I would tell a scene from this photo from this article”.

That’s because the photos can be more dramatic than you think.

They can have a lot of people and the story will be told in the photos. 

The key is to find a story that can give you a sense of the space, time and pace of the photo so that you don’t feel overwhelmed. 

I’ve been thinking a lot about how to use photos to tell stories for a while now.

I’ve had a lot to think about, and I’ve come up with a few ideas to help you with your creative writing.

Here are some tips to get you started: Try to use a simple image, but don’t be afraid to go for something more powerful.

For example, you could use a picture of a person sitting on a desk and a woman standing in front of a camera.

You could even use a group shot of three people at a table.

You don’t need to make it a big group.

But you should make sure that it’s not too big. 

Try using the person who’s talking.

It’s a great way to give the story a more powerful feel.

But remember that if you have a group photo, the person in the group is probably sitting in a different part of the room than the person talking. 

Avoid over-emphasising the people. 

If you’re writing a piece for a magazine, you probably have an image in mind.

But this could be a group picture or a single photo of the same person sitting.

This can make it harder to tell your story because you’re looking at people who you don,t know or might not be able to tell you their story. 

Use a photo that you know well.

It could be the same photograph as a book cover, a photo taken at a particular location or a photo from a particular angle. 

You can also use a photograph from your favourite magazine or from a friend.

If you know that the people you’re going to focus on are people you know, you’ll be able get a better sense of who’s speaking what. 

Keep your photos simple.

If there are three people, it’s hard to tell them apart.

But if you want your story to feel like a story, you should stick to one photo per person. 

Make it clear that the photo is from a specific angle.

Sometimes you don�t need to tell anyone what the people are doing in the picture, but you should be clear that it is a photo. 

Be creative. 

There are many different ways you can tell a photo story.

There are some that you can try, some that aren’t, and some that are completely creative.

But try to keep it simple.