Explore Photographs: Script Frenzy Tip #25

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By Jason Boog

While writing a script, author Beth Lisick suggests you explore photographs for inspiration: “Imagine a film still from your script, an image that conveys something unique and compelling. Locate that amazing scene in this incredible screenplay you’re writing.”

What photographs inspire your writing? We recommend the toy soldier photography  of Mark Hogancamp (pictured, via). His work was featured in the inspiring documentary, Marwencol.

To help all the aspiring screenwriters, comic book writers, and playwrights participating in the Script Frenzy writing marathon, we will feature a new script writing tool or tip every day this month. Read all the advice at this link.