Imagine a time when you toted a camera along on a trip. Did anything exciting happen? Did you catch a hawk mid-flight with a mouse in its talons? Did a bear rise up on its back legs or a buffalo wander into the scene? Perhaps a group of tourists balanced precariously on a wall or ledge, trying to get the perfect background shot?
Think of all the things that could have happened, things that were potentially perilous. There are all kinds of stories to be told, whether real or imagined.
Your task is to write a scene in which someone is taking pictures and then an accident occurs. The photographer doesn’t have to be the victim, but could be in the right place to capture what went wrong.
Begin with setting the scene. Does your character go out alone or is he part of a group? Is it a photography club or a bunch of friends?
Next consider the possible things that could happen. Which one would make for the most interesting story?
Narration is obviously critical. Dialogue, if your character is not alone, would add depth of detail.
Have fun with this one.